# Do You Know Your Roman Numerals?

Shai K.
Step back in time and test your historical acumen with our Roman Numeral Challenge! This unique quiz offers a blend of historical trivia and numerical puzzles, perfect for history enthusiasts and puzzle lovers alike. These questions start from the simplest numbers to some of the most complex ones. Let's see how much you recall of the old Roman Empire's system of counting.

Let's start you off easy... What Roman numeral represents the number 5?
V
I
X
M

The Roman numeral "CXL" represents which number?
140
240
180
40

What is the Roman numeral for 10?
X
C
I
V

Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BC. What is 44 in Roman numerals?
XLIV
XLII
LIV
XLVI

What is the Roman numeral for 100?
C
X
L
D

What is the Roman numeral for 500?
D
C
M
X

According to the bible, how old was Jesus Christ when he was crucified?
XXXIII
IIIXXX
XIIXI
XIIIXI

Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" was painted in the early 16th century. What is 1500 in Roman numerals?
MD
M
CD
CL

Super Bowl XLIX is numerically known as which Super Bowl?
39
49
59
69

The Roman numeral "DCCC" represents which number?
800
500
300
1300

In Roman numerals, what number is "MMXX"?
2020
22
220
22000

The Roman numeral "DXX" represents which number?
420
520
620
720

George Orwell's most famous book, 1984, would appear in Roman numberals as...
MCMLXXXIV
LMCXXXIV
XCMCXXXIV
XMMXXXVI

What is the value of the Roman numeral MCMXCIX?
1999
2299
999
19999

More to Learn
You're just beginning your journey into the world of Roman numerals! With a score that shows budding interest, you have uncovered the basics of this ancient numbering system. There's much more to explore and understand, from the simple I, V, and X to the more complex MCMXCIX. Don't be discouraged; every expert was once a beginner. Use this opportunity to delve deeper into the fascinating history and structure of Roman numerals. As you continue to learn and practice, you'll soon find these ancient numbers becoming a familiar and exciting part of your knowledge repertoire. Keep exploring, and you'll be a Roman Numeral Adept in no time!