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    (EARLY) MODERN ERA

    How should I write the expression (EARLY) MODERN ERA: with small or with capital initials (as for ex. Middle Ages)? Thank you for your help! Fabrizio

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    Re: (EARLY) MODERN ERA

    Quote Originally Posted by zavras View Post
    How should I write the expression (EARLY) MODERN ERA: with small or with capital initials (as for ex. Middle Ages)? Thank you for your help! Fabrizio
    From a quick Google search, it does appear that this is the "official" name for a specific period of time in history. On that basis, it would be "Early Modern Era".

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