The army of Gerontius is routed by the arrival of Constantius. Trapped between the city and an approaching army, the Alans flee while they can. Gerontius is swiftly defeated by Constantius and dies on the field of battle.
Constantine III has little choice but to surrender, and is escorted to Rome to meet his imperial colleague. Along the way he is murdered by his Gothic escort. Flavius Constantius now rules over the province of Gaul, though finds that the north-west has been overrun with British princelings, who no longer answer to central authority.