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.
Introduced in Acme-MetaSyntactic version 0.43, published on October 10, 2005.
Updated with roman numbers up to 3999 and an explanation about this limit by Jean Forget, and received its own version number for Acme-MetaSyntactic-Themes version 1.000, published on May 7, 2012.