## Roman Symbols

## Copy and Paste Roman Symbols

## How to type roman symbol on any mobile or app?

- Select one or more roman symbols (Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ Ⅳ Ⅴ ) using the roman text symbol keyboard of this page.
- Copy the selected roman symbols by clicking the editor green copy button or CTRL+C.
- Paste selected roman text symbols to your application by tapping paste or CTRL+V.
- This technique is general and can be used to add or insert roman symbols on any device, app, or online game.

## Roman Numerals

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## Copy and paste Roman Symbols Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ

## Roman Numerals 1-100 Chart

List of Roman numerals / numbers from 1 to 100.

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## U+2161- roman numeral two emoji, u2161, u{2161}, emoticons

You can safely add this character in your html code with the entity: Ⅱ

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## Ⅰ Roman Numeral One

Copy and paste shortcodes for Ⅰ Roman Numeral One .

## How to type Ⅰ Roman Numeral One ?

- Hold down the left Alt Key from your keyboard.
- Type the Alt code number 8544 and release the Alt key.

## How to add Roman Numeral One in HTML?

All the above example will display the Roman Numeral One symbol as below.

## How to add Roman Numeral One in CSS?

The above example for CSS entiry for Roman Numeral One symbol will display the result as below.

## Copy paste more Number Symbols related to Roman Numeral One

- Ⅱ Roman Numeral Two
- Ⅲ Roman Numeral Three
- Ⅳ Roman Numeral Four
- Ⅴ Roman Numeral Five
- Ⅵ Roman Numeral Six
- Ⅶ Roman Numeral Seven
- Ⅷ Roman Numeral Eight
- Ⅸ Roman Numeral Nine
- Ⅹ Roman Numeral Ten
- Ⅺ Roman Numeral Eleven
- Ⅻ Roman Numeral Twelve
- Ⅼ Roman Numeral Fifty
- Ⅽ Roman Numeral One Hundred
- Ⅾ Roman Numeral Five Hundred
- Ⅿ Roman Numeral One Thousand
- ⅰ Small Roman Numeral One
- ⅱ Small Roman Numeral Two
- ⅲ Small Roman Numeral Three
- ⅳ Small Roman Numeral Four
- ⅴ Small Roman Numeral Five
- ⅵ Small Roman Numeral Six
- ⅶ Small Roman Numeral Seven
- ⅷ Small Roman Numeral Eight
- ⅸ Small Roman Numeral Nine
- ⅹ Small Roman Numeral Ten
- ⅺ Small Roman Numeral Eleven
- ⅻ Small Roman Numeral Twelve
- ⅼ Small Roman Numeral Fifty
- ⅽ Small Roman Numeral One Hundred
- ⅾ Small Roman Numeral Five Hundred
- ⅿ Small Roman Numeral One Thousand
- ↀ Roman Numeral One Thousand C D
- ↁ Roman Numeral Five Thousand
- ↂ Roman Numeral Ten Thousand
- ➀ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit One
- ➁ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit Two
- ➂ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit Three
- ➃ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit Four
- ➄ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit Five
- ➅ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit Six
- ➆ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit Seven
- ➇ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit Eight
- ➈ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Digit Nine
- ➉ Dingbat Circled Sans-Serif Number Ten
- ➊ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit One
- ➋ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Two
- ➌ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Three
- ➍ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Four
- ➎ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Five
- ➏ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Six
- ➐ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Seven
- ➑ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Eight
- ➒ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Nine
- ➓ Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Number Ten
- ⓵ Double Circled Digit One
- ⓶ Double Circled Digit Two
- ⓷ Double Circled Digit Three
- ⓸ Double Circled Digit Four
- ⓹ Double Circled Digit Five
- ⓺ Double Circled Digit Six
- ⓻ Double Circled Digit Seven
- ⓼ Double Circled Digit Eight
- ⓽ Double Circled Digit Nine
- ⓾ Double Circled Number Ten
- ⓿ Negative Circled Digit Zero
- ❶ Dingbat Negative Circled Digit One
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- ❸ Dingbat Negative Circled Digit Three
- ❹ Dingbat Negative Circled Digit Four
- ❺ Dingbat Negative Circled Digit Five
- ❻ Dingbat Negative Circled Digit Six
- ❼ Dingbat Negative Circled Digit Seven
- ❽ Dingbat Negative Circled Digit Eight
- ❾ Dingbat Negative Circled Digit Nine
- ❿ Dingbat Negative Circled Number Ten
- ⁰ Superscript Zero
- ¹ Superscript One
- ² Superscript Two
- ³ Superscript Three
- ⁴ Superscript Four
- ⁵ Superscript Five
- ⁶ Superscript Six
- ⁷ Superscript Seven
- ⁸ Superscript Eight
- ⁹ Superscript Nine
- ₀ Subscript Zero
- ₁ Subscript One
- ₂ Subscript Two
- ₃ Subscript Three
- ₄ Subscript Four
- ₅ Subscript Five
- ₆ Subscript Six
- ₇ Subscript Seven
- ₈ Subscript Eight
- ₉ Subscript Nine
- ⓪ Circled Digit Zero
- ① Circled Digit One
- ② Circled Digit Two
- ③ Circled Digit Three
- ④ Circled Digit Four
- ⑤ Circled Digit Five
- ⑥ Circled Digit Six
- ⑦ Circled Digit Seven
- ⑧ Circled Digit Eight
- ⑨ Circled Digit Nine
- ⑩ Circled Number Ten
- ⑪ Circled Number Eleven
- ⑫ Circled Number Twelve
- ⑬ Circled Number Thirteen
- ⑭ Circled Number Fourteen
- ⑮ Circled Number Fifteen
- ⑯ Circled Number Sixteen
- ⑰ Circled Number Seventeen
- ⑱ Circled Number Eighteen
- ⑲ Circled Number Nineteen
- ⑳ Circled Number Twenty
- ⑴ Parenthesized Digit One
- ⑵ Parenthesized Digit Two
- ⑶ Parenthesized Digit Three
- ⑷ Parenthesized Digit Four
- ⑸ Parenthesized Digit Five
- ⑹ Parenthesized Digit Six
- ⑺ Parenthesized Digit Seven
- ⑻ Parenthesized Digit Eight
- ⑼ Parenthesized Digit Nine
- ⑽ Parenthesized Number Ten
- ⑾ Parenthesized Number Eleven
- ⑿ Parenthesized Number Twelve
- ⒀ Parenthesized Number Thirteen
- ⒁ Parenthesized Number Fourteen
- ⒂ Parenthesized Number Fifteen
- ⒃ Parenthesized Number Sixteen
- ⒄ Parenthesized Number Seventeen
- ⒅ Parenthesized Number Eighteen
- ⒆ Parenthesized Number Nineteen
- ⒇ Parenthesized Number Twenty
- ⒈ Digit One Full Stop
- ⒉ Digit Two Full Stop
- ⒊ Digit Three Full Stop
- ⒋ Digit Four Full Stop
- ⒌ Digit Five Full Stop
- ⒍ Digit Six Full Stop
- ⒎ Digit Seven Full Stop
- ⒏ Digit Eight Full Stop
- ⒐ Digit Nine Full Stop
- ⒑ Number Ten Full Stop
- ⒒ Number Eleven Full Stop
- ⒓ Number Twelve Full Stop
- ⒔ Number Thirteen Full Stop
- ⒕ Number Fourteen Full Stop
- ⒖ Number Fifteen Full Stop
- ⒗ Number Sixteen Full Stop
- ⒘ Number Seventeen Full Stop
- ⒙ Number Eighteen Full Stop
- ⒚ Number Nineteen Full Stop
- ⒛ Number Twenty Full Stop
- ㈠ Parenthesized Ideograph One
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- ㈣ Parenthesized Ideograph Four
- ㈤ Parenthesized Ideograph Five
- ㈥ Parenthesized Ideograph Six
- ㈦ Parenthesized Ideograph Seven
- ㈧ Parenthesized Ideograph Eight
- ㈨ Parenthesized Ideograph Nine
- ㈩ Parenthesized Ideograph Ten
- ㊀ Circled Ideograph One
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- ㊂ Circled Ideograph Three
- ㊃ Circled Ideograph Four
- ㊄ Circled Ideograph Five
- ㊅ Circled Ideograph Six
- ㊆ Circled Ideograph Seven
- ㊇ Circled Ideograph Eight
- ㊈ Circled Ideograph Nine
- ㊉ Circled Ideograph Ten
- ０ Fullwidth Digit Zero
- １ Fullwidth Digit One
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- ３ Fullwidth Digit Three
- ４ Fullwidth Digit Four
- ５ Fullwidth Digit Five
- ６ Fullwidth Digit Six
- ７ Fullwidth Digit Seven
- ８ Fullwidth Digit Eight
- ９ Fullwidth Digit Nine
- ⁱ Superscript Latin Small Letter I
- ₐ Latin Subscript Small Letter A
- ₑ Latin Subscript Small Letter E
- ₒ Latin Subscript Small Letter O
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- ₔ Latin Subscript Small Letter Schwa
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## Roman Numerals Generator

The Roman numerals and their Arabic counterparts can be found in the table below:

## When are Roman numerals used?

- Royalty: Historically, Roman numerals were used in royal names. For example, Elizabeth II, or Queen Elizabeth the Second. This is also the case for popes.
- Wedding invitations: Sometimes people make wedding invitations classier by writing numbers and times in Roman numerals.
- Book chapters: Sometimes book chapters are shown as Roman numerals.
- On clocks: You can buy specialized clocks which list the hours of the day by Roman numerals.
- Classical music: Some classical music pieces list movement numbers in Roman numerals.
- Super Bowls: The annual Super Bowl’s number is always represented in Roman numerals. For example, Super Bowl LIV will be in 2020 and will be the 54th Super Bowl.
- Movie years: Movie production companies will usually show the year of their movie in the credits in Roman Numerals in order to make it harder for people to know when the movie came out so that older movies aren’t as recognizable from just the credits.

## Roman Numeral Charts

Numbers 1-100 to roman numerals, years to roman numerals, excel’s roman numeral formula.

Just use the formal “=ROMAN(CELL)” and the number will automatically be converted!

FYI: Roman numerals are also commonly used in the modern day for chord analysis in music theory. (:

Sir in roman number you wrote 100 as M and _ which is correct sir ? I

That was a typo. 100 should be C.

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## Numerals Converter

Numerals chart, page contents.

- Intro to Roman Numerals
- Numerals Converter
- Numerals Chart (1-100)
- Video Guide
- The Basics
- Years and Dates
- Large Numbers
- Zeros and Fractions
- Adding and Subtracting
- Modern Usage
- Origin of Roman Numerals
- Other Systems
- Bibliography

## Video Guide

There are six instances where subtraction is used:

- I can be placed before V (5) and X (10) to make 4 and 9.
- X can be placed before L (50) and C (100) to make 40 and 90.
- C can be placed before D (500) and M (1000) to make 400 and 900.

To write 16 in numerals, we take 10 ( X ), 5 ( V ) and 1 ( I ), to make XVI .

To write 27 in numerals, we take 20 ( XX ), 5 ( V ) and 2 ( II ), to make XXVII .

To write 32 in numerals, we take 30 ( XXX ) and 2 ( II ), to make XXXII .

To write 58 in numerals, we take 50 ( L ), 5 ( V ) and 3 ( III ), to make LVIII .

To write 183 in numerals, we take 100 ( C ), 50 ( L ), 30 ( XXX ) and 3 ( III ), to make CLXXXIII .

To write 555 in numerals, we take 500 ( D ), 50 ( L ) and 5 ( V ), to make DLV .

## Years and Dates

Here are the years in numerals from 2010 to 2029:

## Large Numbers

## Zeros and Fractions

## Adding and Subtracting

Let's take a simple example. To add IX (9) and XI (11) together, we:

- Convert IX to VIIII
- Arrange numerals from largest to smallest, giving us XVIIIII
- Simplify the IIIII to V , giving us XVV
- Simplify VV to X , giving us XX

## Subtraction

- First cross out all of the pairs of numerals (as seen below)
- Re-arrange the numerals and re-apply the subtractive principle where required
- Leaving us with our answer of XVII (17)

## Modern Usage

Roman numerals can be found all everywhere in modern society, here are five examples:

- Roman numerals are used to refer to kings, queens, emperors and popes. For example; Henry VIII of England and Louis XVI of France.
- Many competitions such as the Super Bowl and Olympic Games use numerals to represent how many times the event has been held. For example, in 2021 it will be Super Bowl LV.
- Numerals can often be found on buildings and monuments to signify the year of construction. For example, a building built in 2004 may have the numerals MMIV engraved on it.
- Many movies use numerals to say when the film was made. For example, ‘Gladiator' was copyrighted in the year 2000 and has the numerals MM at the end of its credits. Another example is the film ‘Spartacus' which has MCMLX (1960) at the end of its credits.
- Many clocks also use numerals to represent the hours.

## Origin of Roman Numerals

## Other Number & Counting Systems

## Egyptian numbers: 3000-1600 BCE

## Babylonian numbers: 1750 BCE

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