Magyars raid the Caliphate of CordobaCatalonia, Spain
A Hungarian army enters Italy, where king Hugh, giving them 10 bushels of gold, persuades them to attack the Caliphate of Córdoba. In the middle of June, the Hungarians arrive in Catalonia, plunder the region, then enter the northern territories of the Caliphate of Córdoba. In June 23, the Hungarians besiege Lérida for 8 days, then attack Cerdaña and Huesca. In June 26, the Hungarians capture Yahya ibn Muhammad ibn al Tawil, the ruler of Barbastro, and hold him captive 33 days, until he is ransomed. Finally in July, the Hungarians find themselves on desert territory and run out of food and water. They kill their Italian guide and return home. Five Hungarian soldiers are taken prisoner by the Cordobans and become bodyguards of the caliph.