Battle of the Adda River

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The Battle of the Adda River occurred in 490 between the Ostrogothic Forces under Theoderic and the remaining army of the Heruli and Scirii under Flavius Odoacer.wikipedia
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The Battle of the Adda River occurred in 490 between the Ostrogothic Forces under Theoderic and the remaining army of the Heruli and Scirii under Flavius Odoacer.
He was defeated by Odoacer at Faenza in 490, but regained the upper hand after securing victory in the Battle of the Adda River on August 11, 490.

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Battle of the Adda River 490

Odoacer

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The Battle of the Adda River occurred in 490 between the Ostrogothic Forces under Theoderic and the remaining army of the Heruli and Scirii under Flavius Odoacer.
Theoderic emerged from Ticinum, and on 11 August 490, the armies of the two kings clashed on the Adda River.

Adda (river)

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The Battle of the Adda River occurred in 490 between the Ostrogothic Forces under Theoderic and the remaining army of the Heruli and Scirii under Flavius Odoacer.

Battle of Faenza (490)

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After his victory Odoacer pursued Theodoric to Pavia, where he was defeated on August 11, 490 at the Battle of the Adda River, after which he retreated back to Ravenna.