Nothing. If it's supposed to refer to a number, like Eight, it is written as VIII, not IIIV.
"IIIV" is not a valid number. Assuming this question is about Henry VIII, see the related question link below.
I believe that it would be IIIV because when a smaller roman numeral goes in front of a larger one it subtracts it. IIIV mean two, and the I(1) and V(5) are the smallest roman numerals.
III = 3. IV = 4. IIIV = is wrong. It is possibly VIII for 8. Therefore, as a date: 3.4.8 doesn't make sense.
Arthur of England, Henry IIIV older brother.
Two Three (III) before five (V) means minus 5 - 3 = 2 Though IIIV is not a proper Roman numeral II is correct for two
I wonder if you mean Henry VIII. In that case the answer is Hans Holbein the Younger.
because he always used to eat and never had any dairy products
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