Acme::MetaSyntactic::roman - The roman theme
Roman numbers from I to MMMCMXCIX.
According to the modern rules governing the Roman Numbers, a numerical symbol cannot appear more than three times in a contiguous row. Also, the modern rules have forgotten the symbols for 5000 and more, so the highest symbol is M for 1000. From that, you can conclude that the highest Roman number compatible with modern rules is MMMCMXCIX, that is, 3999. See http://datetime.mongueurs.net/divers/nombres-romains/Roman_Numbers.html.
Alberto Manuel Brandão Simões.
2012-05-07 - v1.000
Updated with roman numbers up to 3999 and an explanation about this limit by Jean Forget, and received its own version number in Acme-MetaSyntactic-Themes version 1.000.
Introduced in Acme-MetaSyntactic version 0.43.
List proposed by Alberto Manuel Brandão Simões.