Alparslan Buyuk Selcuklu Episode 56 with English Subtitles
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|Show Name:||Buyuk Selcuklu [Alparslan]|
|Release Date:||15th May, 2023|
Brief History of Buyuk Selcuklu Alparslan:
Alp Arslan is the son of Shagri and nephew of Togril, the founding sultans of the Seljuk Empire. His grandfather was Mikael, who, in turn, was the son of the Seljuk warlord. He was the father of several children, including Malik Shah I and Tutush I. It is unclear who the mother or mothers of his children were. It was known that he had been married at least twice. Among his wives were the widow of his uncle Tugril, a princess of the Kara-Khanid known as Aka Khatun, and the niece or niece of Bagrat IV of Georgia (who later married his vizier, Nizam al-Mulk).
Another Seljuk son was the Turkish leader Arslan Israel, whose son, Qatalmish, objected to his nephew’s succession to the sultanate. The younger brothers Alp Arslan Suleiman bin Shagri and Cafort were his rivals. Kılıç Arslan, son, and successor of Suleiman ibn Qatalmish (son of Qatalmish, who later became Sultan of the Romans), was a staunch opponent of the Franks during the First Crusade and the Crusade of 1101.
Alp Arslan’s strength lies in the military sphere. The Minister of Internal Affairs, Nizam al-Malik, the founder of the administrative organization that distinguished and strengthened the Sultanate during the reign of Alp Arslan and his son Malik Shah, was in charge of internal affairs. Military fiefs, ruled by the Seljuk princes, were set up to provide support to the military and assimilate the nomadic Turks into the well-established Anatolian agricultural landscape. This type of military fiefdom enabled the nomadic Turks to benefit from the resources of the settled Persians, Turks, and other cultures established within the Seljuk kingdom and allowed Alp Arslan to build a huge standing army without relying on tribute from conquest to pay his soldiers.