|Battle of Detern|
|Rebelling East Frisians||Brokmerland and Auricherland|
|Commanders and leaders|
Sibet von Rüstringen
|Ocko II tom Brok|
In the course of the battle an East Frisian peasant army under Focko Ukena and Sibet of Rüstringen defeated the Oldenburg troops called by Chieftain Ocko II tom Brok to assist him, the Archbishop of Bremen and the counts of Hoya, Diepholz and Tecklenburg, who had besieged Detern. Focko Ukena - a former henchman of Ocko - thrashed the combined Bremen-Oldenburg cavalry force, after Count Dietrich of Oldenburg deserted his allies during the battle. Count Johann von Rietberg, the second son of Otto II of Rietberg and Conrad X of Diepholz fell in battle. and Archbishop Nicholas of Oldenburg-Delmenhorst was captured, but released after negotiations with the Bremen town council.
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