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Battle of the Baetis River

Battle of the Baetis River
Date 80 BC
Location near the Baetis River, Hispania
Result rebel victory
Sertorius' rebels Roman Republic
Commanders and leaders
Quintus Sertorius Lucius Fulfidas

The Battle of the Baetis River was fought in 80 BC, as part of the Sertorian War, between a Roman army and a rebel force. The Romans were led by Lucius Fulfidas, while the rebels were led by Quintus Sertorius. The rebel army was victorious.

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