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If you want within a single day and within a very confined area like a square kilometer, then the final suppression of the Nika riots on or about 18 January 532 AD is a good contender. (See here and here.) With 30,000-35,000 rioters in the Hippodrome in Constantinople, the imperial troops blocked the exits and slaughtered everyone.

I realize there are some battles with higher one-day death tolls, but most battles take place over considerably larger areas.

Also, since the Hippodrome was only about 10 hectares (1/10 of a square kilometer), you could make the space requirement quite small and still count the full death toll.

If you want within a single day and within very confined area like a square kilometer, then the final suppression of the Nika riots on or about 18 January 532 AD is a good contender. (See here and here.) With 30,000-35,000 rioters in the Hippodrome in Constantinople, the imperial troops blocked the exits and slaughtered everyone.

I realize there are some battles with higher one-day death tolls, but most battles take place over considerably larger areas.

Also, since the Hippodrome was only about 10 hectares (1/10 of a square kilometer), you could make the space requirement quite small and still count the full death toll.

If you want within a single day and within a very confined area like a square kilometer, then the final suppression of the Nika riots on or about 18 January 532 AD is a good contender. (See here and here.) With 30,000-35,000 rioters in the Hippodrome in Constantinople, the imperial troops blocked the exits and slaughtered everyone.

I realize there are some battles with higher one-day death tolls, but most battles take place over considerably larger areas.

Also, since the Hippodrome was only about 10 hectares (1/10 of a square kilometer), you could make the space requirement quite small and still count the full death toll.

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If you want within a single day and within very confined area like a square kilometer, then the final suppression of the Nika riots on or about 18 January 532 AD is a good contender. (See here and here.) With 30,000-35,000 rioters in the Hippodrome in Constantinople, the imperial troops blocked the exits and slaughtered everyone.

I realize there are some battles with higher one-day death tolls, but most battles take place over considerably larger areas.

Also, since the Hippodrome was only about 10 hectares (1/10 of a square kilometer), you could make the space requirement quite small and still count the full death toll.

If you want within a single day and within very confined area like a square kilometer, then the final suppression of the Nika riots on or about 18 January 532 AD is a good contender. (See here and here.) With 30,000-35,000 rioters in the Hippodrome in Constantinople, the imperial troops blocked the exits and slaughtered everyone.

I realize there are some battles with higher one-day death tolls, but most battles take place over considerably larger areas.

If you want within a single day and within very confined area like a square kilometer, then the final suppression of the Nika riots on or about 18 January 532 AD is a good contender. (See here and here.) With 30,000-35,000 rioters in the Hippodrome in Constantinople, the imperial troops blocked the exits and slaughtered everyone.

I realize there are some battles with higher one-day death tolls, but most battles take place over considerably larger areas.

Also, since the Hippodrome was only about 10 hectares (1/10 of a square kilometer), you could make the space requirement quite small and still count the full death toll.

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If you want within a single day and within very confined area like a square kilometer, then the final suppression of the Nika riots on or about 18 January 532 AD is a good contender. (See here and here.) With 30,000-35,000 rioters in the Hippodrome in Constantinople, the imperial troops blocked the exits and slaughtered everyone.

I realize there are some battles with higher one-day death tolls, but most battles take place over considerably larger areas.