# Roman Numerals 1-20 Chart

Step back in time and explore the elegance of Roman numerals with our comprehensive chart, covering numbers from 1 to 20.

Number Roman
Numeral
Calculation
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1 I 1
2 II 1+1
3 III 1+1+1
4 IV 5-1
5 V 5
6 VI 5+1
7 VII 5+1+1
8 VIII 5+1+1+1
9 IX 10-1
10 X 10
11 XI 10+1
12 XII 10+1+1
13 XIII 10+1+1+1
14 XIV 10-1+5
15 XV 10+5
16 XVI 10+5+1
17 XVII 10+5+1+1
18 XVIII 10+5+1+1+1
19 XIX 10-1+10
20 XX 10+10

A Glimpse into History Roman numerals have graced the pages of history for millennia. Originating from ancient Rome, these numerals became the standard way of representing numbers in Europe for many centuries and still find their uses in specific contexts today.

Chart Features

• Comprehensive List: Our online chart presents Roman numerals from I (1) to XX (20) in a clear and systematic manner.

• User-Friendly Layout: Each Roman numeral is conveniently paired with its corresponding Arabic numeral, making it simple for users to draw parallels and understand conversions.

• Accessible Anytime: Being online, the chart can be accessed from any device, offering an on-the-go reference for those in need.

Practical Applications While many might see Roman numerals as relics of the past, they continue to find relevance in:

• Clock faces
• Book chapters
• Movie sequels and editions
• Historical events and documentations

Concluding Thoughts The Roman Numerals 1-20 Chart Online serves as both an educational tool and a bridge to the past. It ensures that the legacy of this ancient numeral system remains accessible and understandable to modern generations, preserving a piece of human civilization's rich tapestry.

How do I read the Roman Numerals 1-20 chart online?

Our online chart is designed for simplicity and ease of understanding. Each Roman numeral is listed alongside its Arabic numeral counterpart. For example, you'll see "I" paired with "1", "II" with "2", and so on, up to "XX" which represents "20". To use the chart, simply locate the Roman numeral you're interested in and find its equivalent in the Arabic system, or vice versa.