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Do scientific names of the world's eras and common names for historical epochs, periods and events need to be capitalized?
2 years ago
The basic guidelines for using capital letters in English appear simple enough: - Please also note to capitalize the names and nicknames of particular persons and characters. - Capitalize titles that come before the names of particular persons and characters. - Capitalize the names of specific places (planets, countries, counties, cities, seas, streets, and so on), both real and fictional. - Capitalize the names of particular nationalities, languages, ethnic groups, and religions. - Names of particular nationalities, languages, ethnic groups, and religions. - names of deities and holy books. - names of particular businesses, buildings, schools, and organizations. - formal names of government units, agencies, and divisions. - formal names of acts, treaties, and government programs. - official titles of armies, navies, and other military and police units. - names of wars and major battles. - Names of particular historical periods, events, and documents. - legally protected brand names and trademarks. - names of days, months, holidays, and special days of observation. - principal words in the titles and subtitles of books, movies, plays, magazines, journals, TV shows, video games, musical compositions, and pieces of art. - names of awards, prizes, and scholarships - each letter in an acronym or initialism
2 years ago