Roman Numerals Chart

Roman Numerals through 1,000 are presented in a chart.
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The ancient Romans gave us this numbering system. We still use it today for dates on buildings, to number the front matter in books, and for decorative purposes.

One I Eleven XI Thirty XXX
Two II Twelve XII Forty XL
Three III Thirteen XIII Fifty L
Four IV Fourteen XIV Sixty LX
Five V Fifteen XV Seventy LXX
Six VI Sixteen XVI Eighty LXXX
Seven VII Seventeen XVII Ninety XC
Eight VIII Eighteen XVIII One hundred C
Nine IX Nineteen XIX Five hundred D
Ten X Twenty XX One thousand M


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