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Battle of Lake Vadimo (310 BC)

Battle of Lake Vadimo
Part of the Second Samnite War
Date 310 BC
Location Lake Vadimo, Italy
Result Roman Victory
Belligerents
Roman Republic Etruscans
Commanders and leaders
Lucius Papirius Cursor

The Battle of Lake Vadimo was fought in 310 BC between Rome and the Etruscans, and ended up being the largest battle between these nations. The Romans were victorious, gaining land and influence in the region. The Etruscans sustained heavy losses in the battle and would never again reclaim their previous glory.[1]

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  1. ^ http://www.mysteriousetruscans.com/posts/TT29MM1.html - Velthur Valerius translated by Camitlnas Tullius

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