Battle of Tapae

Battle of Tapae

Battle of Tapae may refer to:
#First Battle of Tapae, between Domitian and Dacia in 87
#Second Battle of Tapae, between Trajan and Decebal in 101

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  • First Battle of Tapae — Two battles took place at Tapae under the Roman Emperor Domitian in order to protect the Roman province of Moesia, nearly two decades before the regional conquest during the Dacian wars in Trajan s reign, one in 87 AD and one in 88 AD.… …   Wikipedia

  • Second Battle of Tapae — Infobox Military Conflict caption= conflict=Second Battle of Tapae partof=the Dacian Wars date= 101 place=Transylvania, Romania result=Indecisive Roman victory combatant1=Dacia combatant2=Roman Empire commander1=Decebalus commander2=Trajan… …   Wikipedia

  • Battle of Adamclisi — Infobox Military Conflict caption= conflict=Battle of Adamclisi partof=the Dacian Wars date= Winter of 101 to 102 place=Adamclisi, Dobruja, Romania result=Decisive Roman victory combatant1=Dacia and its allies combatant2=Roman Empire commander1=… …   Wikipedia

  • Segunda batalla de Tapae — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Segunda batalla de Tapae Parte de Guerras Dacias Decébalo en la Columna Trajana …   Wikipedia Español

  • Batalla de Tapae (101) — Batalla de Tapae Parte de Guerras Dacias Decébalo en la Columna Trajana. Fecha …   Wikipedia Español

  • Domitian's Dacian War — Not to be confused with the later Second Battle of Tapae during the Dacian wars. Battle of Tapae (87 AD) Part of the Dacian Wars Date 87 Location …   Wikipedia

  • Trajan's Dacian Wars — Infobox Military Conflict conflict= Dacian Wars partof= caption=Roman soldiers defending a fort against the attack of the Dacians. (Detail from Trajan s Column) date= 101 102 and 105 106 place= Ancient Dacia casus= territory= Dacia fell under… …   Wikipedia

  • Decebalus — Decebal redirects here. For the village in Soroca district, Moldova, see Tătărăuca Veche. For the village in Satu Mare County, Romania, see Vetiş. Decebalus or Diurpaneus King of Dacia …   Wikipedia

  • Campaign history of the Roman military — This article is part of the series on: Military of ancient Rome (portal) 753 BC – AD 476 Structural history Roman army (unit types and ranks …   Wikipedia

  • Dacia — This article is about a historic region in Central Europe. For the Romanian automobile maker, see Automobile Dacia. For other uses, see Dacia (disambiguation). See also: Dacians and Dacian language Dacian Kingdom independent kingdom …   Wikipedia

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