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Battle of Marcianople
Part of the Gothic War of 376–382
Date376
LocationMarcianople
Result Gothic victory
Belligerents
Roman Empire - Army of Thrace Goths
Commanders and leaders
Lupicinus Fritigern
Strength
10,000 (est.) 5,000-8,000 (plus non-combatants)


The Battle of Marcianople or Marcianopolis took place in 376 following the Gothic migration over the Danube. It was the first notable battle of the Gothic War of 376–382.[1]

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