To use Roman Numerals Date Converter, Select Day, Month, Year, Date formate and click on Convert Button.
Roman numerals are widely used in the Roman world. They were used to write numbers and dates in Latin, Italian, Spanish, French, and Romanian. Each numeral is represented by a symbol—the letters I, V, X, and L for 1, 5, 10, and 50 respectively. The Romans didn’t use zero. Numbers were written from left to right with hundreds written from smallest to largest: XXXX for 4, CCCLXX for 80, etc. Dates were also written from left to right but in reverse order as we do today: MMMDCCXXXVI (1566), MMMDCCCLXXXVIII (1898), etc.
As well as representing numbers, the symbols are used to represent other values such as days of the week, months, and even years.