The Battle of Narbonne was fought in 436 between the Western Roman Empire and the Visigoths. The Romans were led by Flavius Aetius, and the Visigoths were led by Theodoric I. Aetius won the battle, and the two leaders would later join forces to fight Attila. The Romans first occupied the near hill and the Visigoths attacked frontally but couldn't break through the line. Later Aetius' flanks attacked the Visigoths from both sides and they were defeated.
In Germania, the Romans were winning against the Germans
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