History of Battle of Malazgirt / Battle of Manzikert
Welcome to Derlespk, our article today is about the Battle of Manzikert / Malazgert. The Battle of Manzkerat in August 1071 was not merely a victory for the Seljuk Turks, opening the way for them to enter Anatolia, yet another important authentic figure who changed the course of world government affairs, the Seljuk Central Asian tribe. Was what turned into Sunni. Islam in the early eleventh century.
On August 26, permanently, the whole Muslim world and the Turks, in particular, commemorated the victory of the Seljuk Turks at the Battle of Manzkerat in 1071, led by Sultan Alp Arslan, led by Byzantium. The battlefield, Manzkert, is located in what is now Molim in eastern Turkey. The battle of Manzcart was just as important as the general battle of Hutton and Ain Jalut in general. The results have been felt in the district for centuries. In order to get a definite idea of the results of the most remarkable second, a brief review of the life of Sultan Alp Arslan is needed.
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In 1063, after the death of Torol B, the true author of the Seljuks waged a great war because there was no one to take advantage of this seat. His nephew Muhammad Alp Arsalan will be selected with the help of his pastor Nizam-ul-Mulk, who is known for his insight, intensity of influence and intelligence. Bedouin sources remember Sultan Alp Arsalan as “the strength of the state, Abu Shuja Muhammad Alp Arsalan, the son of Dawood Chaghri, the son of Michael, the son of Seljuk” Alp Arsalan, who was like his uncle Theural B. , And he made an extraordinary arrangement to strengthen his standard in the Seljuk-ruled nation before hoping to enslave the new domain in his state. It took only seven years for its quality establishment and integrity within the state to achieve any external victory.
Many Turkish students in Erich have considered the Battle of Manzkirt to be the beginning of Anatolia’s victory and the transformation of the Turks into a stable country on the grounds that after the war, several Turkish groups in eastern Anatolia Relief was found in the areas. As a result, it was the beginning of the Turkish capital in Anatolia. By request of Caliph Abbasid on 26 August 1071. As Sultan Alp Arsalan and his warriors approached Sultan Alp Arsalan, evangelical evangelism was heard everywhere in the Muslim world. Arranged On the way, he attacked the city of Diyarbakir and claimed responsibility, stopping Alda (now Sanolorfa) on the spot, yet he failed to capture it because it was under Byzantine standards. Beyond this point, Alp Arslan took his army to Aleppo and accepted responsibility when Fatim agreed with the Mardasi. On this occasion, he discovered that the Roman emperor Roman Diogenes had set out with a large armed force to destroy the Seljuk state and end the Turkish presence in eastern Anatolia and Iran, and then in Baghdad. The high mountain Arsalan hurried east of the Euphrates. Nevertheless, on the way, he lost several fighters and gear. He further requested the retirement of a large number of soldiers who had been deprived and were traveling with a couple in the Azerbaijani city of Khoi. He sent another of his own and his bodyguards to Nizam-ul-Mulk Hamdan and did not consider returning to his capital and gathered his troops and demanded war. He thought that hanging hard for the forts would not be in his favor and he chose to stop the huge crowd of Byzantines with his warriors. In Isfahani’s famous book “History of the Selgoks”, the well-known Iranian antiquities, he says, “He lived with 15,000 horsemen of his men, each riding a pony and the other staying close while the chaos in the middle of the East And in southeastern Anatolia, the Roman, Russian, Oz, Caucasian, Abkhazian, Khazar, Frank and Armenian armies were about 300,000 (300K).