I think you have the wrong year, none of those match.
In fact yes, for some reason I converted the wrong year into roman numerals. Now I have the right one. And I figured the one you want me to use.
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I only know of one correct way to write them. As an example, IIII or VIIII would be wrong.
The "official rules" for roman numerals were adopted during the Middle Ages, Romans didn't use those rules themselves. IIII was the symbol Romans themselves commonly used for 4. IV was the symbol for Jupiter, thus it was sort of blasphemous to use IV as 4.
Also stuff like VV instead of X were used, in fact the roman numeral and letter X is two V's (the other one is just upside down below the first one).
Also a real question, is the Oracle the ancient oracle of Delphi?