Attila defeated the Eastern Roman Empire over two years
Between 447 and 449 Attila, the Hun again attacked the Eastern Roman Empire . He defeated a Roman army led by the Roman General, or barbarian origin, Arnegisclus at the Battle of the Utus. The Huns suffered serious losses. Attila then led a devastating raid into the Balkans and marched into Eastern Roman and even reached Northern Greece. The capital Constantinople readied for a Hunnic siege. It was saved because disease broke out in the camps of the Huns. The war came to an end in 449 and once again the Eastern Roman Empire was forced to pay the Huns a large amount of gold and other treasures.