|Battle of Mutina|
|Previous battle||Battle of Picenum|
The Battle of Mutina was a significant battle during the Third Servile War in 72 BC, after the defeat of Publicola and Lentulus during the battles of Picenum and Lentula. The rebels had been contempt to cross over the Alps, but after winning the battle against Varus and his praetor Gnaeus Manlius, the rebels ignored Spartacus and chose to remain in Italy to continue fighting and plundering.
- Rebel victory
- Roman defeat