|Battle of Rimini|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Casualties and losses|
|Bonifacius mortally wounded||Unknown|
Bonifacius, though victorious, was mortally wounded during the battle, died several months later. He was succeeded by his son, Sebastian. Aetius fled to the Huns and returned victoriously with an army. Sebastian was exiled and Aetius became the de facto ruler of the Western Roman Empire.
- The Cambridge medieval history, Vol.1, Ed. H.M.Gwatkin and J.P.Whitney, (Cambridge University Press, 1911), 410-411.
- The Cambridge medieval history, Vol.1, 411.
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