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:
- The current year is 2018, and it is written as MMXVIII with Roman Numeral symbols.
- Year 2017 is written as MMXVII with Roman Numeral symbols.
- Time 12:00 with roman numerals must be written as XII.
- Time 08:00 with roman numerals must be written as VIII.
Roman Numerals symbols
Roman Numerals Symbols
Roman numerals can also be written with the unicode symbols as follows.
|Ⅰ||Roman Numeral One||Ⅰ||Ⅰ|
|Ⅱ||Roman Numeral Two||Ⅱ||Ⅱ|
|Ⅲ||Roman Numeral Three||Ⅲ||Ⅲ|
|Ⅳ||Roman Numeral Four||Ⅳ||Ⅳ|
|Ⅴ||Roman Numeral Five||Ⅴ||Ⅴ|
|Ⅵ||Roman Numeral Six||Ⅵ||Ⅵ|
|Ⅶ||Roman Numeral Seven||Ⅶ||Ⅶ|
|Ⅷ||Roman Numeral Eight||Ⅷ||Ⅷ|
|Ⅸ||Roman Numeral Nine||Ⅸ||Ⅸ|
|Ⅹ||Roman Numeral Ten||Ⅹ||Ⅹ|
|Ⅺ||Roman Numeral Eleven||Ⅺ||Ⅺ|
|Ⅻ||Roman Numeral Twelve||Ⅻ||Ⅻ|
|Ⅼ||Roman Numeral Fifty||Ⅼ||Ⅼ|
|Ⅽ||Roman Numeral One Hundred||Ⅽ||Ⅽ|
|Ⅾ||Roman Numeral Five Hundred||Ⅾ||Ⅾ|
|Ⅿ||Roman Numeral One Thousand||Ⅿ||Ⅿ|