Roman Numerals

Roman Numerals is an old decimal numeric system which represents the numbers as combinations of the following Latin letters: I, V, X, L, C, D, M (Roman Numerals Symbols). By using combinations of these symbols it is possible to record Roman Numeral Numbers. This system based on 7 Roman Numeral Symbols was invented and used by the Romans starting from the 7th - the 6th century BC and almost till the late Middle Ages. In our times, Roman Numerals are sometimes used for scientific (especially in chemistry, pharmacy, photography, seismology, etc) and some daily purposes (for example, in the names of the monarchs, on the clock face, for page numbering, etc.)

At this website, you can make Roman Numerals Conversion by using our online Roman Numerals Converter, as well as a number of the most commonly used Roman Numerals Charts, including the ones for 1-10, 1-20, 1-100, and 100 - 1000. This Roman Numerals Converter is very simple and user-friendly, and in order to make a fast Roma Numeral Conversion, just enter the number to the box on the right and press 'Convert to Roman' button.

These are some examples of Roman numerals:

Roman Numerals symbols

Roman NumeralNumber

Roman Numerals 1 to 10

Roman NumeralNumber

Roman Numerals 1 to 100

Roman NumeralNumber

Roman Numerals Symbols

Roman numerals can also be written with the unicode symbols as follows.

SymbolSymbol NameDecHex
Roman Numeral OneⅠⅠ
Roman Numeral TwoⅡⅡ
Roman Numeral ThreeⅢⅢ
Roman Numeral FourⅣⅣ
Roman Numeral FiveⅤⅤ
Roman Numeral SixⅥⅥ
Roman Numeral SevenⅦⅦ
Roman Numeral EightⅧⅧ
Roman Numeral NineⅨⅨ
Roman Numeral TenⅩⅩ
Roman Numeral ElevenⅪⅪ
Roman Numeral TwelveⅫⅫ
Roman Numeral FiftyⅬⅬ
Roman Numeral One HundredⅭⅭ
Roman Numeral Five HundredⅮⅮ
Roman Numeral One ThousandⅯⅯ
Recent Comments
Might_Be_Lucas 2018-02-13 15:31:50

this is awesome and useful! bookmarked and saved for sure!

Susso 2018-02-04 10:40:47

Mandela Effect ...

Mr. Zog 2018-01-25 03:46:17

One of the best(no nonsense) examples I've ever seen online. If you are literate and know simple math then you can learn Roman numerals in 5 minutes with this information. Great stuff

GARY R. 2018-01-22 21:49:23


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Free 2017-12-17 20:04:00

Love this web page. Great info.
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g 2017-12-17 13:11:25

:)#love roman numerals

Emmanuel A Baryogar 2017-12-05 21:13:57

I love math and I love to have more idears on it especially on ROMAN NUMBERS.

Audrey 2017-11-25 17:29:24

Is a hyphen used with sequencing Roman numerals the same way I've always used it...? lets say 1-5 .... how would that be displayed in Roman numerals? I'm wishing I'd paid more attention back in the day...

jaekyle 2017-10-25 20:16:27


Preston 2017-10-21 13:28:42

Can you send the roman numerals list to me, I'm almost 9 years old, right now I'm 8/half.

LINDA 2017-10-18 17:49:15

what is MCMV1

Jeanette simmons 2017-10-18 16:50:56

Is there a lL I'm playing a game that has that number.

Cheryl 2017-10-09 15:31:07


Bill Traynor 2017-09-24 19:48:18

I don't see values for converting back to modern numbers. I'd like to know the number for FELIX.
I know the "IX" is 9 but I don't see the top end numbers in the graph.

nana 2017-09-19 17:59:00

Very helpful indeed

ej 2017-08-19 18:36:07

how is 1 billion written?

penduin 2017-06-27 22:53:29

For JavaScript programmers, or anyone wishing to study a very simple algorithm to translate to/from Roman numerals, I've made a silly little polyfill for the native Number type:

sajan sharma 2017-06-21 03:39:52

Can you tell me in detail how to learn roman numbers with easy method

Maureen 2017-06-11 22:03:08

How would the year 56 BC be shown in Roman Numerals? The Romans did not use BC or BCE in their concept of dates so what year would 56 BC actually have been to them and how does it print in Roman numerals.

DeemerDave 2017-05-22 20:25:35

I've recently been shopping for a watch and it appears that all watchmakers, when using roman numerals on the watch face, they always use IIII for the number 4 instead of IV, but they always IX for 9. Does anyone know why this is?

Logan 2017-05-12 00:49:02

This is awesome. I'm only 5th grade hehe.

(49=XIL right?)

Blessing L. Joseph 2017-05-01 15:04:55

Your comment: very educative and reliable.

Abhijna 2017-04-12 15:03:01

Very helpful

1.000.000-2.000.000-3000000 2017-03-26 10:41:55


i to m 2017-03-26 10:08:11


100-200-300 2017-03-26 09:38:10

c-cc-ccc-cd-d-dc-dcc-dccc-cm-m and 5000 is m underline

King jazzerine 2017-03-26 03:29:45

Good information to know

Ric 2017-03-09 04:30:51

There are some comments that are incorrect. And the start of this only lists half the Roman Numerals.

The list of lower characters are:
: "I" (1), "V" (5), "X" (10), "L" (50), "C" (100), "D" (500), "M" (1000 or 1K).
The list of upper characters, which have a line above the letter (which I can't draw but will represent with ^)
: "V^" (5K), "X^" (10K), "L^" (50K), "C^" (100K), "D^" (500K), and "M^" (1000K or 1 million).
The line above is kind of like an inverted underscore.

Absolutely max 3 characters in a row, and only of "I", "X", "C", "M", "X^", "C^", "M^". The 5x and 10x ones can have 1 before and up 3 after of the 10x that is below it. (IE: IV, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XII for 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12)
Mary Jane: MCMLII = 1952. ; MCMLCII is not a legal number. The correct would be MCMLXII = 1962.
51A1000: Correct. MDCXVI = 1616.

The 1962 is a tough one to read for some. The "LX" is 60. The "II" is 2. However, one could also read it as "L" = 50, "XII" = 12 and 50 + 12 = 62. :)

The maximum roman number that can be counted is (with ^ representing a line above the character before)
M^M^M^C^M^X^C^MX^CMXCIX = 3,999,999. Breakdown:
(M^M^M^)= 3 Million, (C^M^) = 9 hundred thousand, (X^C^) = 90 thousand, _
(MX^) = 9 thousand, (CM) = 900, (XC) = 90, and (IX) = 9.

There are no legitimate roman numeral for 4 million or above. Most people also don't notice or know that there is no representation of 0 (Zero). This is because 2 thousand years ago people couldn't count what they didn't have. It is why the dewey decimal system goes from 1 to 10 and not 0 to 9.

Owen 2017-01-19 20:08:04

What is roman 550 look like

Mary Jane 2016-11-30 19:32:50

1952 is MCMLII

JUANTCHA 2016-11-29 22:57:33

I love this it is so cool so amazing. Now I now my roman numerals

ToastedNugget 2016-11-18 13:09:51

Just using it for fun. Really helpful! I'm only in 6th grade.

MARY JANE 2016-11-16 19:43:17

IS THIS 1952?

Harry Potter geek 2016-11-16 01:57:08

Thank you for the help I have a Latin test tommrow and I needed to study

Harry Potter geek 2016-11-16 01:53:51

I learned new things today

Reece Toolan 2016-11-15 16:36:41

You could make it more clear for kids

JR 2016-10-13 04:23:15

How do we translate 1000000 to Roman Numerals?

T 2016-09-28 19:40:31

Very helpful. Thank you

51A1000 2016-09-23 00:15:04

MDCXVI = 1616, Right?

haru 2016-09-05 11:05:36

I did`t know there are many roman numbers.

Merlijn 2016-08-27 19:17:22

9 is IX, because in roman numerals, you never put more than three of the same sign in a row;


Putting a sign with lower value in front of another means you substract it.

the sign M can be repeated more than three times, but every M more than 3 gets a stripe above or below it.

Rubaly 2016-08-21 01:35:09

How is 9 IX can u give me a way to study them please

Guddu 2016-08-12 07:36:30


Roman 2016-06-03 12:30:20

Very helpful and flat website for roman numbers,

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