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- Q. How do you write 2023 in Roman numerals?
- Q. How do you write 2025 in Roman numerals?
- Q. What is Mmxxi in Roman numerals?
- Q. How do you write 2024 in Roman numerals?
- Q. What are Roman numeral tattoos?
- Q. What does the Barbarian yell in Gladiator?
- Q. Who betrayed Maximus in Gladiator?
- Q. Why does he smell the dirt in Gladiator?
- Q. What killed Maximus in Gladiator?

## Q. How do you write 2023 in Roman numerals?

**2023 in Roman numerals**: **2023**=MMXXIII – **Roman Numerals** Generator – Capitalize My Title.

## Q. How do you write 2025 in Roman numerals?

**2025 in Roman numerals**: **2025**=MMXXV – **Roman Numerals** Generator – Capitalize My Title.

## Q. What is Mmxxi in Roman numerals?

2021

## Q. How do you write 2024 in Roman numerals?

**2024 in Roman numerals**: **2024**=MMXXIV – **Roman Numerals** Generator – Capitalize My Title.

## Q. What are Roman numeral tattoos?

You can enter **number** dates and translate the date into **Roman numerals**. A **Roman numeral tattoo** might also have dots, periods or dashes separating the month, day and year. Some **Roman numeral tattoos** have both an underline and overline connecting the string of characters.

## Q. What does the Barbarian yell in Gladiator?

He **yells** “Ihr seid verfluchte hunde!,” which means “You are damned dogs!” in English.

## Q. Who betrayed Maximus in Gladiator?

General Quintus

## Q. Why does he smell the dirt in Gladiator?

In the movie “**Gladiator**” (2000), Roman General Maximus Decimus Meridius, played by Russell Crowe, has a ritual before each battle. Multiple times before fighting, **he** kneels down, rubs **dirt** in between his hands, and **smells** it. This is because when **he** isn’t soldiering, **he’s** a farmer.

## Q. What killed Maximus in Gladiator?

Acknowledging that **Maximus’s** skill exceeds his own, Commodus deliberately stabs **Maximus** with a stiletto, puncturing his lung, and has the wound concealed beneath the **gladiator’s** armor. In the arena, the two exchange blows before **Maximus** rips the sword from Commodus’ hands.

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