# What are Roman values?

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# What is the value of a roman coin?

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Roman coins can be purchased for a dollar or two on the low end (common types, poor condition) to tens of thousands of dollars on the high end.ï¿½ It would really depend on type and condition - you would need to have a professional numismatist look at it to get an accurate valuation.

# Value of 1911 quarter with roman person?

That's actually Liberty, not a Roman. It's worth around $5-30 in average condition and a couple hundred in uncirculated condition if it's an '11-D or S.

# What is the value of an 1879 roman penny?

Such a coin does not exist. The Roman Empire fell into decline and ceased to exist in 476 AD. You possibly refer to an 1879 British Penny, a coin made from bronze and 30.81mm in diameter. It has a Latin legend, features Queen Victoria on the obverse and the seated figure of Britannia with a shield… and trident on the reverse. ( Full Answer )

# What are Roman Catholic values?

It's just the Catholic Church, not the Roman Catholic Church. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is rarely used by the Catholic Church. Love of God, Love of neighbor, forgiveness of sins of others and one's own - essent…ially everything else stems from this. ( Full Answer )

# What is The Roman value of 10 in Roman numerics?

I hope I understand your question correctly. In Roman numerals: Our letter "X" is the symbol used for the Roman number 10. Our letter "I" is the symbol used for the Roman number 1. Our letter "V" is the symbol used for the Roman number 5. To write a number in Roman numerals, you use a combination of… these letters. For example: For Roman numeral 9, it would be "IX", for Roman numeral 11, it would be "XI". For Roman numeral 4, it would be "IV", and for Roman numeral 6, it would be "VI". For Roman numeral 3, it would be "III". In other words, the letter(s) before the last letter are subtracted from the last letter (unless the first value is greater than the next value), and the letters after the first letters are added to the first letter (unless the first value is NOT greater than the next value). ( Full Answer )

# What value is Roman numeral with a line over it?

The line over Roman numerals (a bar ) is there for multiplications by 1000. It was mostly used for very large numbers: 50.000 would have meant to write 50 M's. Instead you take the L (for 50) and put a line over it. A million is represented by a M with a bar.

# What is the value of the roman numeral k?

The letter K is not used in Roman Numerals. At one time the symbol K was one of several symbols which were used to represent the number 50 but the system was eventually standardised and L became the standard form for 50. BETTER ANSWER; K is not a Roman numeral. It is from our own alphabet and …is actually short for Kilo, which normally represents the 1000 multiple of a unit. When we measure by mass, a kilogram is equal to 1000 grams. When the letter K is used the way you gave in your example, 40K, it means: 40 x 1000 or 40,000 miles. If you check the business or real estate section of your newspaper you will see ads that say, for example, $130K. That means: 130 x 1000 or 130,000 dollars. So "K" is a multiplier by 1000. ( Full Answer )

# What was the value of pi for the Romans?

The Romans gave a value of 3.1416 to pi. This was given around 150AD by a Greek-Roman scientist Ptolemy. It is believed that he mighthave obtained the value from Archimedes or Apollonius who hadaccomplished works in the field.

# Is roman numerals a place value system?

you know if ur lasy and lookn 4 da answer lik me u better figure it out or ask a teacher cause i dont no

# Why did roman coins decrease in value?

from inflation when the emperors needed to bring down the value of money when they needed more money

# Did the Romans value all life?

I don't think the Romans did value all life because they had many slaves dieing in the pits each day and they liked to see the gladiators being killed by animals and stuff like that.

# What is the value of a 1904 roman nickel?

Uh, (1) the Roman Empire ended in the year 476. (2) How could it be a Roman coin if it says United States of America? Now that we're out of the realm of alternate history, please see the Related Question.

# What is the value of a 1891 Roman penny?

The Roman Empire collapsed in the year 476 so you're only off by 1,400 years or so :-) What you have is a BRITISH penny with a picture of the goddess Britannia on the front. See the Related Question for more.

# What is the value of the Roman numeral XL?

40. (X=10, L=50. A 1 or 10-multiple letter placed BEFORE a larger number subtracts from it. This applies only to the next two larger numbers, a 5-value and a 10-value.).
XL = 40, L = 50, XC = 90, C =100 (but not IC, VC, or LC) .
40. When a larger number is preceded by a smaller, the smaller is sub…tracted from the larger. Since L, which is 50, is preceded by X, which is 10, the answer is 50-10=40. ( Full Answer )

# Did Romans value religion?

Absolutely. It was a big part of their everyday lives. They adopted the entire Greek pantheon and made them their own..
yes

# What Roman numerals is the highest value?

The seven commonly used Roman numerals have the following values... I = 1 V = 5 X = 10 L = 50 C = 100 D = 500 M = 1000 However by placing a horizontal line above a numeral its value is multiplied by 1000, similarly by enclosing a numeral in brackets its value is also multiplied by 1000. So [M] = 1…000,000 and placing a horizontal line above it would increase its value to 1000,000,000. In the rules of writing Roman numerals you are allowed to repeat a numeral three times in succession so, the numeral [MMM] with a horizontal bar above it would have a value of 3000,000,000 ( Full Answer )

# What is the value of c in roman numerals?

C = 100... I = 1, V = 5, X = 10, L = 50, D = 500 and M = 1000.

# What is the value of LC in roman numerals?

150 In the opinion of another contributor: In Roman numerals LC = 50 because LC = -50+100 = 50 But in Roman numerals CL = 150 because CL = +100+50 = 150 Answer LC is an incorrect way of writing 50, why would you write 50 less than 100 when you could simply write L (50)? Aditional input: Th…e rule of subtraction isn't used, except between I's and X's. E.g, you wouldn't write IL for 49, rather this should be written as forty (XL) and nine (IX), or XLIX. Therefore LC doesn't make sense, or is 150. ( Full Answer )

# Did Romans use place value and why?

The Romans did not use place value as they had no numeral for zero. In the Hindu/Arabic system, which most of the world uses, one followed by zero becomes ten and if an additional zero is added it become a hundred. In the Roman system of numerals 1 = I and 10 = X and 100 = C. So, as you can see ther…e are no place values just different numerals for different values. ( Full Answer )

# Why was roman citizenship valued highly?

The reason why was because the Romans wanted to make a "new" government. It was so succesfull that it is still used today. All it means is the more money you have the less people will bother you. That's how our leaders today are. They know they'll get their money.

# Why did the roman and jesus values clash?

the idea of no male or female, slave or free, superior or inferiorwas so threateningly radical.

# What is the value of a 1916 Roman penny?

The Roman Empire collapsed in the year 476 so you're only off by 1,440 years or so :-) What you have is a BRITISH penny with a picture of the goddess Britannia on the reverse. See the Related Question for more.

# What did the ancient Romans value?

The ancient Romans had the same sense of values as ourselves--family, friends, possessions, etc. They had one strikingly different value than we have and that is the sense of Roman honor, or dignitas. This is what made a Roman and set him above the so-called barbarians.

# How do you write roman numerals in place value?

....thousands followed by the hundreds followed by the tens followed by the units For example: 1666 = MDCLXVI (1000+500+100+50+10+5+1 = 1666)

# What is the largest value of roman numerals?

M=1000, D=500, C=100, L=50, X=10, V=5, I=1 But larger values can be obtained by adding brackets and superscripts to these numerals. For example: (M) (M) = 1,000,000,000,000 or 1*10 12 in standard form Numerals in brackets indicate multiplication by a thousand and superscript numerals indicate m…ultiplication by that particular numeral. ( Full Answer )

# In roman numerals what is the value of A?

"A" is not used in Roman numerals. Only a few letter have specific numerical values.

# What value did the Romans see in sport?

They saw it as a value of power, daring ability, and strength. It processed people's social class and power.

# What are the values of Roman Numeral?

I.
unus .
1.
A single digit..
V.
quinque .
5.
Graphic representation of five fingers..
X.
decem .
10.
Symbolises two hands joined together..
L.
quinquaginta .
50.
Adapted from a Chalcidic sign..
C.
centum .
100.
The first letter of the Roman word for one-hundred..
D.
quingenti .…
500.
One half of the Chalcidic sign for one-thousand; ..
M.
mille .
1,000.
The first letter of the Roman word for one-thousand. . ( Full Answer )

# What are the values of a roman soldier?

The values of a Roman soldier were ones of honor. Not only did he value the perfect condition of his equipment and weapons, but also the honor of his legion and his century. If his unit did well, there were rewards and badges. He was in perpetual disgrace if his legion lost a battle or fell short in… some other way and sometimes it took several campaign seasons for a disgraced legion to redeem itself. ( Full Answer )

# What is the value of Roman numeral iss?

S does not have a value in the Roman system Improved Answer:- The value of S is 1/2 so ISS = 1+1/2+1/2 = 2

# What is the value of roman numeral XLV?

XLV = 45 Added: True, but not explanatory. X = 10 L = 50 V = 5 This is the clumsy Roman numeral way to say 45. 10 subtracted from 55 = 45. Not handy! That is why Arabic numerals were accepted so quickly.

# What are Roman Numeral values?

I - 1, v - 5, x - 10, l - 50, c - 100, d - 500, m - 1000

# What were some of the values of the Roman republic?

Some of the values of the Romans, during the republic and afterwards, were the value and custom of formal friendship, amicitas, the reverence for the gods and ancestors, pietas, the sense of a man's worth, dignitas, but the most important one was the concept of fides , which was the duty to t…he state in which a man put the good of the state ahead of his personal ambitions. ( Full Answer )

# What is the value of 40 and 60 in roman numerals?

40 in roman numerals is XL (10 less than 50) and 60 is LX (10 more than 50).

# Why did roman money loose value?

The Roman coins lost value because they were debased. This meant that the gold or silver content of the coins were decreased. Several emperors did this to increase the amount of the coins to fund their expenses and increases in the pay of the soldiers. This trend accelerated in the 3rd century when …the empire was continuously invaded at several points of its vast frontiers and there was a need to finance war. Eventually the coins came to have hardly any precious metal content and became worthless. ( Full Answer )

# What is the value of j as a Roman numeral?

J is not a standard Roman numeral. It was sometimes used as an I. The letters used are I, V, X, L, C, D, and M. I = 1 V = 5 X = 10 L = 50 C = 100 D = 500 M = 1000 Larger numbers were created by placing a bar atop the letter to mean 1000's. Why J was used The value of J as …a Roman numeral was the same as I (1) but it was used on handwritten documents to prevent alteration. For example, the number 6 (VI) could be written as VJ and 7 as VIJ to prevent either from being changed to VIII. ( Full Answer )

# What is the value of this roman numeral ixvi?

It is not a properly formed Roman Numeral IX = 9 VI = 6 If it was supposed to be LXVI it would be 66.

# What is value of roman numerals xlvi?

Fours are normally represented by the 5 unit preceded by a 1's unit to show 1 subtracted from 5. In this case xl represents 50 (L) minus 10 (X). The number here is 46.

# Is place value used in the roman system?

Yes and a nought figure is not needed to represent the positional place value of Roman numerals because their positional place values are self evident.

# What is the value of LXVI in roman numerals?

It is: LXVI = 66 L is used to represent 50. So this would be 50+10+5+1 or 66.

# What is the value of roman numeral DVD?

That would not be a correct rendering of a number in today's usage. It could be read as 995, as D is 500 and the V before the D would mean to subtract 5.

# What is the value of 1551.00 in roman numerals?

MDLI. Coulda looked up the meanings of the letters and worked it out, ya know.

# What is the value of a talen during the roman empire?

I would assume you had a typo and misspelled talent , spelling it talen. .
The talent was a unit of weight invented by the Greeks which was also adopted by the Romans. The Attic (Greek) talent was 27 kilograms (57 pounds). The Roman talent was 32.3 Kilograms (71 pounds). The talent itself had no v…alue. What had value was the material which was weighed. Originally, the talent was used to measure the amount of silver that defeated cities had to pay as war indemnity. Later, the talent was also used to weigh gold..
The value of a talent depended on whether it was a talent of gold or a talent of silver and on the time in history. The Roman Empire lasted for many centuries and the value of gold and silver varied greatly over time. .
One talent, depending on how much an ounce of gold is valued, is approximately (nowadays) $840,000 - $850,000. . ( Full Answer )

# Why did the Romans value chariot racing?

chariot racing was a great source of entertainment for everybody to attend. Free grain and bread was handed out, also the admission was free. Chariot racing was a festival directed toward the gods.

# What is roman numeral value of DXCIX?

On converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers: .
DXCIX IN ROMAN NUMERALS is written as 599. .
D=500,XC=90 and IX=9.

# What is the value of 4999 in roman numerals?

The modern way of working out Roman numerals differs in the way that the ancient Romans actually did themselves and therefore the equivalent of 4999 would have simply been I(V) meaning -1+1,000*5 = 4,999

# What is the value for Roman numeral mmdcdlxxxiiv?

There is no value because they are an invalid arrangement of Roman numerals but as mmmclxxxvii their value would be the equivalent of 3187

# Why Romans placed great value on their military?

The Roman Empire depended on their military for expansion, toprotect their subjects and keep the peace.

# What is the value of the Roman numeral VC?

V=5 C = 100 so VC is 5 before a 100 or "95". CV would be 105

# What is the value for Roman numeral L and 10067?

50 as a Roman numeral is L and 10,067 as a Roman numeral is (X)LXVII