Roman Numerals

History, Facts and Information about Roman numerals
Converting numbers to Roman numerals can be tricky. Our chart of numerals will help you to translate numbers up to 1 million. The table clearly details 1 100 in roman numerals showing how to read Roman numerals and how conversion works and how to read roman numerals. The content of this article provides interesting history, facts and information about how to  translate numbers into Roman Numerals.
 

Brief History and Origin of Roman Numerals
When were roman numerals discovered? The history and origin of Roman numerals has not been made clear by the writers of the period. What is clear is that numerals were used by the ancient Etruscans. An interesting aspect of the Etruscan numeral system is that some numbers, like in the number system of the Romans, are represented as partial subtractions.

 

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The Etruscan numeric system was adapted from the Greek Attic numerals providing ideas for the later Roman numerals. However, the origin of the Roman numeral system is probably very simple. The system is based on the number 10 - so no doubt this ancient counting system was originally based based on a counting method using the fingers. A single stroke of the pen would represent one finger. The Latin word for 100 is centum and for 1000 is mille giving the numerals C and M.

Roman Numerals - 1 100 in Roman Numerals Conversion Chart
The following chart detailing the conversion of numbers into Roman numerals will help you to translate numbers up to 100. The chart, or table, clearly details the numbers 1 to 100 in roman numerals showing how to read Roman numerals and how number conversion works and how to read roman numerals.

1 I
2 II
3 III
4 IV
5 V
6 VI
7 VII
8 VIII
9 IX
10 X
11 X1
12 XII
13 XIII
14 XIV
15 XV
16 XVI
17 XVII
18 XVIII
19 XIX
20 XX
21 XXI
22 XXII
23 XXIII
24 XXIV
25 XXV
26 XXVI
27 XXVII
28 XXVIII
29 XXIX
30 XXX
31 XXX1
32 XXXII
33 XXXIII
34 XXXIV
35 XXXV
36 XXXVI
37 XXXVII
38 XXXVIII
39 XXXIX
40 XL
41 XLI
42 XLII
43 XLIII
44 XLIV
45 XLV
46 XLVI
47 XLVII
48 XLVIII
49 XLIX
50 L
51 LI
52 LII
53 LIII
54 LIV
55 LV
56 LVI
57 LVII
58 LVIII
59 LIX
60 LX
61 LXI
62 LXII
63 LXIII
64 LXIV
65 LXV
66 LXVI
67 LXVII
68 LXVIII
69 LXIX
70 LXX
71 LXXI
72 LXXII
73 LXXIII
74 LXXIV
75 LXXV
76 LXXVI
77 LXXVII
78 LXXVIII
79 LXXIX
80 LXXX
81 LXXXI
82 LXXXII
83 LXXXIII
84 LXXXIV
85 LXXXV
86 LXXXVI
87 LXXXVII
88 LXXXVIII
89 LXXXIX
90 XC
91 XCI
92 XCII
93 XCIII
94 XCIV
95 XCV
96 XCVI
97 XCVII
98 XCVIII
99 XCIX
100 C

Large Roman Numerals Conversion Chart
Use this Numerals Conversion Chart to translate large numbers into Roman Numerals.



Large Roman Numerals Conversion Chart
Use this Roman Numerals Conversion Chart to translate large numbers into numerals. For the large numbers (4000 and above), a horizontal bar is placed above a base numeral to indicate multiplication by 1000



 

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