Battle of Nola (216 BC)
The First Battle of Nola was fought in 216 BC between the forces of Hannibal and a Roman force led by Marcus Claudius Marcellus. Hannibal was attempting to seize the town of Nola: He failed to do so, and would make two more unsuccessful attempts on the city over the next two years.
|First Battle of Nola|
|Part of the Second Punic War|
Map of the 216 BC Nola campaign
|Commanders and leaders|
|Hannibal||Marcus Claudius Marcellus|
|Casualties and losses|