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Battle of Durocortorum

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Coordinates: 49°08′44″N 4°01′21″E / 49.145556°N 4.0225°E / 49.145556; 4.0225

The Battle of Reims or Battle of Durocortorum was fought in 356 between the Western Roman army led by Western Roman Emperor Julian the Apostate and the Alemanni. The Alemanni were victorious.

Battle of Durocortorum
Part of Roman-Alamanni conflict
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Location of Reims (yellow)
Date356
LocationReims, modern  France
Result Alamanni victory
Belligerents
Western Roman Empire Alamanni
Commanders and leaders
Julian the Apostate Unknown
Strength
Unknown Unknown
Casualties and losses
Unknown Unknown

SourcesEdit

  • Goldsworthy, Adrian (2004). In the Name of Rome: The Men Who Won the Roman Empire. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson. p. 344. ISBN 0-297-84666-3.