Battle of Bergamo
Date464 AD
Location
Result Roman victory
Belligerents
Alans
Western Roman Empire
Commanders and leaders
Beorgor  Ricimer
Strength
Unknown Unknown
Casualties and losses
Unknown Unknown

The Battle of Bergamo was fought between Alans and the Western Roman Empire in 464. In 464, the Alan king Beorgor led an invasion of Northern Italy, marching his force into the Po Valley. At Bergamo, near Milan, Beorgor was confronted by the Roman general Ricimer on 6 February 464. After fierce fighting, the Alans were defeated and Beorgor was killed.

Sources