Q: What does 2 look like in roman?

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It is: XI-II-XCVIII

In today's terms: IV-II-MMIX

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12 = XII in Roman numerals

20 in Roman numerals is XX.

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It is: 2 = II

It is: 2 = II

II-2

It is: XI-II-XCVIII

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In today's terms: IV-II-MMIX

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20 in Roman numerals is XX.

12 = XII in Roman numerals

18 in roman numerals looks like XVIII

A shield volcano looks like a Roman shield because they are large and dome shaped. They look like an upside down Roman shield.