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Second Battle of Tapae

Second Battle of Tapae
Part of the Dacian Wars
Date September 101
Location Transylvania, Romania
Result Roman victory
Dacia Roman Empire
Commanders and leaders
Decebalus Trajan
~40,000 (modern estimates, Dacia's population was estimated to be 650,000 to 1,200,000 - thus would be highly unlikely they fielded an army that numbered hundreds of thousands)

Total:9-11 Legions (70,000-80,000 (including auxiliaries))

7 professional legions, 2-4 mixed legions
Casualties and losses
unknown unknown
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