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Roman numeral

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Roman numeral

Roman numerals

A clock with Roman numerals
Roman numerals on a boat
  1. A roman numeral is a way of writing numbers used in Rome a long time ago. We do not write numbers like this much now. This is most often used to name parts of a series. Example are "I" (1), "II" (2), "III" (3), and "IV" (4).


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