Siege of Ancona

Siege of Ancona

Infobox Military Conflict

conflict=Siege of Ancona
partof=the Neapolitan War
date=5 May – 30 May 1815
place=Ancona, present-day Italy
result=Anglo-Austrian victory
combatant1=flag|Austrian Empire
flagicon|United Kingdom United Kingdom
combatant2=flagicon|Two Sicilies|1811 Kingdom of Naples
casualties2=500 killed or wounded
1,000 captured

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