- Battle of Verona (disambiguation)
The Battle of Verona may be:
312battle that pitted Constantine against one of Maxentius's commanders.
402battle that pitted Stilichoagainst Alaricand his Visigoths.
489battle between Odovacarand the Ostrogothsled by Theodoric the Great.
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