Language and Writing 



The people of Navarre (and indeed, most people of Europa) speak a “Common” tongue derived from Latin and a mix of local languages. This language was spread by the Church in the last several hundred years in order to facilitate communication and education. The Latin alphabet is used for all writing and is, again, largely the same throughout Europa. Spoken Latin is a dead language, though still used in ceremonies, mottos, and incantations.

Roman Numerals

I = 1

V=5

X=10

L=50

C=100

D=500

M=1000