It is clear that the tattoo trend is here to stay. It doesn’t look like it is going to disappear any time soon. Deciding to get a tattoo is easy, but actually choosing the design is the hardest part. There are so many different types of tattoos out there, choosing yours is often overwhelming. Our advise is, if you are choosing your first tattoo, to go small. Pick a small tattoo design, that will beautifully compliment your character. On the other hand, you can always get one of those geometric, tribal or mandala tattoos that everyone is talking about. Today, however, we have collected 85 photo examples of the beautiful and meaningful roman numeral tattoo. Roman numerals work especially well if you are looking to commemorate an important date in your life. So, keep scrolling and pick yours.
What are roman numerals?
Roman numerals originated in ancient Rome. The numbers in this numeric system are represented by different letters from the Latin alphabet. They usually rely on the decimal system, as the numbers are being written according to the tens, hundreds and thousands through different letter combinations. The roman numeric system uses seven symbols, each of which has a fixed value. They are as follows:
I – 1
V – 5
X – 10
L – 50
C – 100
D – 500
M – 1,000
Therefore, this article is being written in 2019, which in roman numerals would look like this – MMXIX
Roman numeral tattoo – beautiful way to commemorate someone we’ve lost
What are the most meaningful roman numeral tattoos?
Roman numeral tattoos can be used for many different reasons. The use of this numeric system indicates history, as it is often used on monuments. What’s more, unfortunately, it is very rarely used today. The roman numeral system has been gradually replaced by the arabic numeric system, which is much easier to use. So, if, for example, you have lost someone you love, you can get the date in which you lost them tattooed on your skin. That way, you will always keep their memory and always remember this date as an important moment in your life.
Another great use of the roman numeral tattoo is to remember a happy date in your life. Whether it would be the date of you children’s birth, or the date you got married, it is a beautiful way of saving the date forever. Furthermore, many newlyweds choose to get matching tattoos of the date they got married. These types of tattoos are also seen as a promise.
Nowadays, of course, many people have gotten very creative with the way they choose to have roman numerals tattooed on their body. Clocks, pocket watches, or roman numerals intertwined into intricate tattoo designs. Either way, they look as beautiful as ever. So, keep scrolling through our photo gallery to find incredible, stunning examples of roman numeral tattoos
List of the Roman numerals from 1 to 100
Roman numerals birthday tattoos
There are so many important dates in our lives. For one, our birthday, naturally. But, also, the birthdays of our favorite people. Whether it’s family or friends, getting a birth date tattooed on your body is a big deal. Moreover, it showcases your love for this person. Meaning, the day they were born was one of the best days. For all the reasons listed above roman numerals birthday tattoos are one of the most popular tattoos out there.
List of years in Roman numerals – from 1960 to 2015
Roman numeral tattoo – angel wings for your Guardian Angel
Roman numerals along the spine are very elegant and classy
Bird in flight plus Roman numerals shoulder tattoo
All the important dates in your life tattooed on your back
Creative way to get a date tattooed on your skin
Small, yet meaningful tattoo
Intricate roman numeral tattoo ideas
A little something for the religious people
These types of tattoos can also be a beautiful accessory
Your children’s birth dates are the most important in your life
Beautiful watercolour design
King and Queen matching tattoos
Beautiful designs with clocks and pocket watches
Cursive font Roman numerals look just as good
Couples’ matching ring finger tattoos
Beautiful way to commemorate the loss of a man’s best friend