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Shahin's invasion of Asia Minor (615)

Shahin's invasion of Asia Minor
Part of the Byzantine–Sassanid War of 602–628
Date 615
Location Asia Minor
Result Decisive Sassanid victory
Belligerents
East Roman (Byzantine) Empire Sassanid Empire
Commanders and leaders
Heraclius, Philippicus Shahin

In 615, during the ongoing war with the East Roman (Byzantine) Empire, the Sassanid Persian army under spahbod Shahin invaded Asia Minor and reached Chalcedon, across the Bosporus from Constantinople. The Sassanids had already captured Roman Syria and Palestine in the previous year. After negotiations with Byzantine Emperor Heraclius, a Byzantine ambassador was sent to Persian Shahanshah Khosrau II, and Shahin withdrew again to Syria.

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