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What will the Roman Numeral of the next Pope be?

Anonymous is right. It depends on what name he chooses. The number that follows the name depends on how many popes have used that name before him. Paul, or John Paul seem the most popular. I think Simon would be cool. I don't think we've had a Pope Simon.

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Why not put roman shades in both places for a complete look? They work quite well with a curtain surround.

September 30, 2011 in roman numerals

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Where does the number "666" originate? Unless I'm ...

The book of revelations was originally written in Greek, and in the ancient Greek language there were no numbers (just like in ancient Hebrew, and other languages). The letters of the alphabet were used as numbers, where alpha=1 beta=2 etc. So the number 666 was probably represented by a string of ...