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Alparslan (Alp Arslan) Synopsis And Cast: Turkish Drama

What is the subject of Alparslan, who is in the cast? Alparslan series surprise development!


The subject of Alparslan and the cast are clear. People who want to get detailed information about the series frequently search for Alparslan, who is in the cast? When will the Alparslan series start? seeking answers to questions. It is said that the project, in which many famous names will take part, will be a continuation of TRT 1's phenomenon series Uyanış Büyük Selçuklu.


New photos from the Alparslan series have begun to arrive. The production, which will start broadcasting on TRT 1, will be a continuation of Uyanış Büyük Selçuklu series. It is known that many successful names will take place in the cast of the Alparslan series, as well as Barış Arduç and Fahriye Evcen. The series will focus on the life story of Alparslan, the second sultan of the Great Seljuk State.


When will Alp Arslan Be Aired?

There is no clear date yet for when the Alparslan series will start. The series is expected to be on TRT 1 in September.


Who is Sultan Alp Arslan?

He is the military commander and ruler who was the second sultan of the Great Seljuk State and directed the arrival and struggle of the Turks from Central Asia to Anatolia.


His birth name is Mohammed bin Dawud Çağrı. Alp Arslan, the son of the Khorasan Governor Cagri Bey, one of the founders of the Great Seljuk State, and the nephew of the Seljuk Sultan Tugrul Bey, grew up in the difficult conditions during the founding period of this state. Various sources indicate his date of birth between 1029 and 1032.


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Synopsis of Alparslan (Alp Arslan)

The ruler, described as a very brave warrior by historians, learned to ride horses and shoot arrows at a very young age. Dandanakan, etc., which he joined with his own group of friends in his early youth years. He attracted attention with his success in the wars and assumed the governorship of Khorasan after his father's death.


When Tuğrul Bey died in 1063, throne struggles began in the Seljuk country. Tuğrul Bey, who did not have a son, had willed that Süleyman, one of the sons of Çağrı Bey, should ascend to the throne. The Seljuk vizier, Amid ul-Mulk, fulfilled this will and enthroned Suleiman as sultan in the city of Rey. However, Alp Arslan, the other son of Çağrı Bey, and Kutalmış, son of Arslan Yabgun, and some emirs and princes did not recognize the sultanate of Süleyman. 


In the city of Qazvin, a sermon was read on behalf of Alp Arslan. When Kutalmış came to Rey and besieged the city, the vizier Amid-ül Mülk asked Alp Arslan for help and gave the sermon on his behalf. Kutalmış lost his life in the battle near Damegan with Alp Arslan. Alp Arslan came to the throne of the Seljuk State in the city of Rey. Later, he dismissed Amid ül-Mülk and appointed Nizamülmülk instead.


He made his first expedition to Georgia and the Eastern Anatolia Region. His son Melikşah and his vizier Nizamülmülk were also present in this expedition. He advanced to Kars and Ani regions, which were in the hands of Byzantium, and captured these areas. As a result of this conquest, the Abbasid Caliph Kaim bi-Emrillah gave the Sultan the nickname "Abu'-Feth" (Father of Conquests) (1064).


At the end of 1065, he organized an expedition to Upper Yurd and Mangışlak. He took the Kipchaks and Turkmens in the region under his rule. He visited the grave of his grandfather Selçuk Bey in Cend and returned to the city of Merv (May 1066). In 1067, he marched on Kirman due to the rebellion of his brother Kavurd, who was the king of Kirman. When the pioneering forces of Melik Kavurd were defeated, he withdrew to his castle and sent an envoy to ask for forgiveness. 


The Sultan accepted this request. Despite his mistake, he forgave Kavurd and allowed him to remain as Kirman Melik. Although he organized an expedition against Kavurd, who rebelled again in 1068, he withdrew with the intuition that there might be Kavurd supporters among the soldiers in the army.


Emir Afşin captured and plundered Kayseri in 1067. Thereupon, the Byzantine Emperor Romanian Diogenes launched an expedition in 1068 to drive the Turks out of Anatolia and advanced as far as Aleppo. However, this movement did not prevent the advance of the Turks' raids, even the city of Amorium was captured. Emperor Romanos set out on a second expedition, and this time he advanced to the edge of the Euphrates. Seljuk raiders continued their raids from other branches and attacked Malatya and destroyed Konya.


Emir Afşin captured and plundered Kayseri in 1067. Thereupon, the Byzantine Emperor Romanian Diogenes launched an expedition in 1068 to drive the Turks out of Anatolia and advanced as far as Aleppo. However, this movement did not prevent the advance of the Turks' raids, even the city of Amorium was captured. Emperor Romanos set out on a second expedition, and this time he advanced to the edge of the Euphrates. Seljuk raiders continued their raids from other branches and attacked Malatya and destroyed Konya.


Sultan Alp Arslan had to go to Georgia for the second time in 1067. Georgian King IV. Bagrat; They united with the Alans and entered the land of the Shaddadis, a Muslim state, invaded and plundered Erran, and advanced as far as Ganja. Sultan Alp Arslan came to Erran in 1067. After declaring their obedience, the Emir of Shaddadi, Fazl, and the Emir of Shirvan, Ebu'l-Esvâr, entered Georgia and took the Shekki region. IV. Bagrat, on the other hand, did not dare to fight with the Seljuks and fled. The Sultan sent raiders all over Georgia and captured Tbilisi. As a result, Bagrat begged for mercy and submitted to Alp Arslan.


Mecca Sharif Muhammad b. Ebî Hashim came to Alp Arslan's presence in 1070 and reported that the sermon was read in the name of the Abbasid Caliph and the Seljuk Sultan in Mecca. Sultan Alp Arslan, Fatimid state vizier Nâsır ed-Devle b. Upon an invitation from Hamdan, he organized an expedition to destroy the aforementioned state and seize Egypt, and first entered the Byzantine lands. The Sultan first captured Manzikert and Erciş, and captured many castles in the Diyarbakir region, especially Süveyda (Siverek) and Tulhum. 


Later, he besieged Urfa, which was under Byzantine rule, in 1071, but he was unsuccessful. Moving from Urfa to Aleppo, the Sultan besieged this place and received the keys of the city from Mahmud, one of the Mirdasoğulları, and pardoned him and forgave his office. Sultan heading towards Damascus; He was informed that the Byzantine emperor Roman Diogenes had gathered a large army on a campaign to Muslim lands and returned quickly. The two armies met on the plain of Manzikert. The Seljuk army under the command of Sultan Alp Arslan defeated the outnumbered Byzantine army with the Crescent tactic and captured the Byzantine emperor Romanian Diogenes.


Sultan Alp Arslan had tried to expand his lands in the east as well as in the west. As a matter of fact, he organized an expedition against the Karakhanids, with whom he had a disagreement, and crossed the Ceyhun river. However, this time it was interrupted by his death. A castle commander named Yusuf El Harezmi stabbed the Sultan, causing his death.


Cast of Alparslan (Alp Arslan)

According to the news of Birsen Altuntaş from TV100, in the series that will allow us to get to know Alparslan better; Barış Arduç will play Sultan Alparslan. Erdinç Gülener plays Alparslan's father Çağrı Bey and Barış Bağcı plays his uncle Tuğrul Bey.


Fahriye Evcen, Erdinç Gülener and Barış Bağcı, Esila Umut, Korel Algerian, Mehmet Özgür and Mim Kemal Öke.

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