# The only number that cannot be represented in Roman numerals is zero.

In Roman numerals, there are a total of zero zeros. While the ancient Greeks were aware of the idea of zero, they did not believe zero to be a number. For example, Aristotle determined that zero was not a number since it could not be divided by zero. To indicate the notion of zero, the Latin term "nulla" would have been used instead of a Roman numeral. There was no need for a numeral to symbolise zero, thus there was no need for one.

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