Contributed by Southpaw Ben
Contributed by David Verne
The revolt that broke out in Dalmatia, the modern day Balkans, still vastly outnumbers Roman soldiers in the region. Tiberius avoids an open battle to give more time for reinforcements to arrive and begins to harass small enemy units and burn farmland. Five legions from the East and militia from Italy arrive under the command of Germanicus Caesar, Tiberius' nephew. They expand the scorched earth campaign started by Tiberius and force the rebels into the mountains, cut off from supplies. It is the beginning of the end for the rebellion. 
- Dando-Collins, Stephen (2010). Legions of Rome. St. Martin's Press.