## Numbers to Roman Numerals

**Roman Numeral Converter**

## Roman Numerals Converter for Dates

**Roman numerals** are one of the oldest numbering systems, originated from ancient Rome. It was later adopted in Europe as a widely used method of writing numbers in the Middle Ages and then spread to the rest of the world. These numerals are represented by symbols such as, I, V, X, L, C, D, and M, which represents the numbers 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000. Basically, the roman numeral system is made up of these numbers and the rest of the numbers are made up by adding up these numbers.

For example, the number 11 is written as XI, which is basically made by adding up X and I. Similarly the number 15 is written by adding X and V. All these are made by the rule of addition. The rule of subtraction is also used in the Roman numeral system. For example, the number 9 is written as IX, which is made up by subtracting X and I. Also the number 4 is written as IV, which is made up by subtracting I and V.

Given below is a table representing all the numbers used in the Roman numeral system and their corresponding digits.

It is very easy to get confused with Roman Numbers and write the wrong numeral. It is especially the case with larger numbers, such as 50, 100, 500, etc. So if you are a student who has just been introduced to Roman numeral or just want to convert a number into Roman numeral, a Roman Converter can be a very useful tool for you.

This Converter allows you to enter a Roman numeral and convert it into Arabic Numerals or vice-versa. Here in this site, you can convert any Arabic number into a Roman Numeral by entering it into the blank box provided. It is extremely easy to use and you can your result instantly.

So this Numeral Converter is a fast method to find Roman numbers for Arabic Numerals or vice-versa. But to understand these Numerals better, you need to break them down since the numerals are made up by adding or subtracting one of the basic Roman Numerals, such as I, V, etc.

So to make it easier for you to decode the numerals and understand them better, we have provided you with this simple chart depicting the basic Numerals and their corresponding symbols, along with the Roman Numerals written from 1 to 20.

Romans numerals form an important part of the number system today worldwide, and it is one of the most widely accepted and used number systems. It finds its application in different fields. For instance, in Science, it is used to arrange the periods and groups in a periodic table, by numbering them. It is used extensively in daily life too, like we can find **Roman numerals Examples** written in clocks, on hoardings, etc.

### Years in Roman Numerals

Year | Roman numeral |
---|---|

1000 | M |

1100 | MC |

1200 | MCC |

1300 | MCCC |

1400 | MCD |

1500 | MD |

1600 | MDC |

1700 | MDCC |

1800 | MDCCC |

1900 | MCM |

1990 | MCMXC |

1991 | MCMXCI |

1992 | MCMXCII |

1993 | MCMXCIII |

1994 | MCMXCIV |

1995 | MCMXCV |

1996 | MCMXCVI |

1997 | MCMXCVII |

1998 | MCMXCVIII |

1999 | MCMXCIX |

2000 | MM |

2001 | MMI |

2002 | MMII |

2003 | MMIII |

2004 | MMIV |

2005 | MMV |

2006 | MMVI |

2007 | MMVII |

2008 | MMVIII |

2009 | MMIX |

2010 | MMX |

2011 | MMXI |

2012 | MMXII |

2013 | MMXIII |

2014 | MMXIV |

2015 | MMXV |

2016 | MMXVI |

2017 | MMXVII |

2018 | MMXVIII |

2019 | MMXIX |

2020 | MMXX |

2021 | MMXXI |

2022 | MMXXII |

2023 | MMXXIII |

2024 | MMXXIV |

2025 | MMXXV |

Another important thing to note for you is that in case of invalid or non-existent Numerals, the converter will round it off to the nearest Natural number and showcase both the corresponding Arabic number and the Roman number. For example, the number IIII is invalid, representing the number 4, so the converter will correct this and show the result as “IV”.

**Printable Roman Numerals Chart**

We will also provide you here with a **Roman Numerals List** Chart which will help you convert these numerals into Arabic numerals easily in few seconds. You can also use our Converter provided in our site to convert any Arabic numeral into Roman numeral, or vice-versa.

Roman Numerals worksheet available here.

To provide you with all the basic numerals for ready reference, we have designed a chart so that you can use it to find the exact Roman Numeral and form any Roman Numeral you want. It is provided in HD quality is you can download and print it and use it whenever you want.

As each chart is different, so we have provided in this chart of numerals from 1-1000 so that you can understand the structure of these numerals and make any Roman numeral that you require easily.

**1 to 1000 in Roman Numerals**

If we observe carefully, the Roman Numeral system is somewhat like the Tally Marks system that has been used for a long time.

### Roman Number 1 to 100

This numeral system was developed in ancient Rome for the use by sailors, shepherds, and other groups to monitor their trading business.

Today this numeral system has found wide usage all across the world and can be used in any place and for any situation. So you may need to convert a numeral into a Roman Numeral anytime.

### Roman Numerals 1- 1000 Chart

Hence, it is very important for anyone to learn about the basic Roman numbers and how to deconstruct them.

What makes the Roman numeral system different is that it does not follow the place value rule and it does not have any symbol or digit for zero. The digits of the lower value are usually placed before or after the digits representing the higher value. Hence usually the rule is that the lower value digits are added or subtracted from the lower value digits.

The Roman number system is very old and has its origin in ancient Rome. This system uses alphabets such as I, X, L, M, D, etc. And as you know, each alphabet represents a particular number.

Here through this site, we are providing you with a **Roman numeral calculator** which will allow you to conduct all the mathematical operations such as multiplication, addition, subtraction, division, etc. and get the results in regular numbers.