Manuel attacked & pillaged Hungary, crossing the Sava in a hollowed canoe & towing his horse

Summary:
 
Dates:
1150 
Emperor Manuel I Komnenos (Manuel 1)
  • Marched on Hungary after a written warning over its Dalmatian (Serbian) alliance. As his ships had not arrived, he crossed the Sava in a hollow wooden boat, towing his horse; the army followed similarly, and pillaged Hungary (:) Kinnamos 113.17-114.7
Vladimirko, ruler of Galicia (Vladimirko 17001)
  • Being a Byzantine ally, he was successfully attacked by the Hungarian king Geza 52, against the wishes of the emperor Manuel 1 — one reason for Manuel'’s attack on Hungary (:) Kinnamos 115.14-19