Manuel turned east, sending garrisons for cities to be handed back; but there were still none

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Dates:
1174 
Alexios Petraliphas (Alexios 17009)
  • At the request of Kilic Arslan 52 he was sent with 6,000 troops and money to Asia, to garrison the cities which Manuel wanted to take over; but Kilidj Arslan used him to cow unconquered cities into surrender without then handing any over (:) Kinnamos 292.15-293.1
Kilic Arslan II, Seljuk sultan of Ikonion (Kilic Arslan 52)
  • When he learned that Manuel 1 was turning east, he sent him envoys agreeing to carry out what he wanted, asking specially for Byzantine garrisons for the Asian cities Manuel chose; Alexios 17009 was sent with troops and money (:) Kinnamos 292.10-17
  • Used Alexios 17009 to cow unconquered cities into surrender (they could not fight two besiegers); but once he gained possession of them, he refused to hand them over, provoking great anger from Manuel 1 (:) Kinnamos 292.18-293.1
Emperor Manuel I Komnenos (Manuel 1)
  • At Kilic Arslan 52'¬ís suggestion, he sent Alexios 17009 with 6,000 troops and money to Asia, to garrison the cities he wanted to take over; but Kilic Arslan used Alexios to make the unconquered cities surrender without then handing any over (:) Kinnamos 292.15-293.1