Roman Numerals

Capital Roman numerals are formed and represented by the Latin capital letters I (1), V (5), X (10), L (50), C (100), D (500) and M (1000).

Lowercase Roman numerals are formed with the small Latin letters.

Special cases

The following Roman numerals are also transcribed with Latin capital letters or small Latin letters and Unicode hexadecimal entity.

Figure 1. Example: Notation of the year 1647
cIↄ cIↄ 1000
Iↄ Iↄ 500
c c 100
ↄ 100
Further forms
ↁ 5000
ↂ 10.000
ↇ 50.000
ↈ 100.000