Battle of Bolia

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Battle of Bolia
Part of Roman-Germanic wars
Date 469
Location Pannonia
Result Decisive Ostrogothic victory
Belligerents
Heruli
Rugii
Scirii
Suebi
Supported by:
Roman Empire
Ostrogoths
Commanders and leaders
Hunimund,
Edeko
Hunulf
Alaric
Theodemir
Strength
Unknown Unknown
Casualties and losses
Unknown Unknown

The Battle of Bolia, was a battle in 469 between the Ostrogoths and a coalition of Germanic tribes near the river Ipeľ in present day Slovakia and Hungary. The Roman Emperor Leo I supported the anti-Goth coalition, despite the advice of his General Aspar.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ History of the Goths. University of California Press. 13 February 1990. Retrieved 5 April 2012.