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Having trouble converting to Roman numerals? This calculator should do the trick!

The history of Roman numerals follows the history of ancient Rome itself, from its beginnings at the Latin Palatine Hill in 8th and 9th century B.C. to it's fall in the 2nd Century AD from civil war, plague, civil apathy and the rise of Christianity and northern European powers.

Roman numerals today are used most frequently seen as list numbers, time pieces and historic Roman coins, art and antiquities in museums and antique shops. Nearly all computer word processing packages (Word, PDF) allow uppercase and lowercase Roman numerals as list item indicators.

Roman numerals or numbers are also used in classic style watch and clock faces where the Roman number for 4 is often written as IIII rather than IV, to add symmetry and balance to the face. Quite often you can see numerals used to indicate the time on sundials.

Roman numerals have a long history and are here to stay! Even though we struggle to remember larger numbers we enjoy their classic style and elegance.

Type A Number (1-3999) Here:

Answer Is Here:

M = 1000 D = 500 C = 100 L = 50
X = 10 V = 5 I = 1

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