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Alparslan: Büyük Selçuklu 7.Bölüm - Vaspurakan'ın Fethi

Alparslan: Büyük Selçuklu 7. Bölüm - A Review


Alparslan: Büyük Selçuklu is a Turkish historical drama series that tells the story of Alparslan, the second sultan of the Great Seljuk Empire, who opened the gates of Anatolia to the Turks in the 11th century. The series follows his life, struggles, achievements, and legacy, as well as his relationships with his family, friends, enemies, and allies.

The series has been airing on TRT 1 since September 2022, and has gained a lot of popularity and acclaim among Turkish and international audiences. The series has been praised for its production quality, cinematography, costumes, music, acting, and script, as well as its historical accuracy and cultural representation.

alparslan büyük selçuklu 7 bölüm

The 7th episode of Alparslan: Büyük Selçuklu aired on November 8, 2022, and was one of the most anticipated and exciting episodes of the series so far. The episode focused on Alparslan's reaction to his father's decision to make him his heir, his plan to take revenge on his mother's killer Kekavmenos, and his campaign to conquer Vaspurakan from Bizans. The episode also showed how Alparslan faced various challenges and obstacles from his enemies and rivals, such as Kekavmenos, Basileios II, Bozan, Yorgos, and Nizam al-Mulk, and how he overcame them with his courage, wisdom, strategy, and faith.

Summary of the 7th Episode

The episode begins with Alparslan's surprising announcement that he rejects his father's decision to make him his heir, and that he will not return to Isfahan with him. He says that he has a different path to follow, which is to avenge his mother's death and to make Vaspurakan a homeland for Turks. He also says that he will not accept any title or rank from his father, but only his blessing.

Alparslan's decision shocks everyone, especially his father Sultan Çağrı Bey, who tries to persuade him to change his mind. He tells him that he is making a mistake, that he is risking his life and future, that he is disobeying his father's will, and that he is endangering the unity and stability of the Seljuk state. He also warns him that he has many enemies who will try to harm him and take advantage of his situation.

However, Alparslan remains firm in his decision, and tells his father that he respects him but he cannot obey him. He says that he has a duty to fulfill his mother's wish, which was to see Vaspurakan liberated from Bizans. He also says that he has a vision to expand the Seljuk domain in Anatolia, and that he will not rest until he sees the Seljuk flag flying over the walls of Vaspurakan. He asks his father to trust him and support him, and promises him that he will not disappoint him or the Seljuk state. He also tells him that he loves him and respects him as his father and sultan. Sultan Çağrı Bey, after seeing his son's determination and sincerity, decides to give him his blessing and support. He tells him that he is proud of him and that he believes in him. He also tells him that he will always be his son and heir, no matter what. He gives him his sword and ring as symbols of his authority and legitimacy. He also gives him some advice and guidance on how to deal with his enemies and allies, and how to rule with justice and mercy. Alparslan then prepares to leave for Vaspurakan with his loyal companions, such as Alpagut, Akça, Melikşah, Kutalmış, Sencer, and others. He also receives the support and allegiance of some local Turkmen tribes, such as the Çavuldur, the Bayındır, the Afşar, and the Kayı. He also sends a message to Bizans, challenging them to a battle for Vaspurakan. Meanwhile, Kekavmenos, the Bizans governor of Vaspurakan, who killed Alparslan's mother in the first episode, is alarmed by Alparslan's move. He knows that Alparslan is coming for revenge and that he has a large army of Turks behind him. He also knows that he has lost the trust and favor of Basileios II, the Bizans emperor, who blames him for provoking Alparslan and causing trouble in the region. He fears that Basileios II will replace him or punish him for his failures. Kekavmenos decides to fortify Vaspurakan and prepare for a siege. He also tries to enlist the help of some Armenian princes, who are vassals of Bizans, but they refuse to join him. They tell him that they are tired of Bizans oppression and taxation, and that they prefer to live under Alparslan's rule. They also tell him that they respect Alparslan as a brave and noble warrior, who has shown them kindness and generosity. Kekavmenos also faces another problem: Bozan, his former ally and spy among the Turks, who betrayed Alparslan in the previous episodes. Bozan, who was captured by Alparslan's men and tortured for information, manages to escape from his prison. He then goes to Kekavmenos and demands a large sum of money for his services. He tells Kekavmenos that he has valuable information about Alparslan's plans and weaknesses, and that he can help him defeat him. Kekavmenos agrees to pay Bozan, but he does not trust him. He suspects that Bozan is lying or double-crossing him. He decides to test Bozan's loyalty by asking him to do something for him: to kill Akça, Alparslan's beloved wife. Akça, who was wounded by Kekavmenos' arrow in the previous episode, is recovering in a nearby village. She is under the protection of Alpagut, Alparslan's loyal friend and commander. She is also pregnant with Alparslan's child. Bozan accepts Kekavmenos' request, and sets out to find Akça. He manages to locate her in the village, but he faces a dilemma: should he kill her or spare her? On one hand, he wants to get his money from Kekavmenos and get rid of Akça, who he hates and envies. On the other hand, he feels some remorse and guilt for betraying Alparslan and hurting Akça, who he once loved and respected. Bozan decides to spare Akça's life, but he does not tell Kekavmenos. He lies to Kekavmenos and tells him that he killed Akça. He also tells him some false information about Alparslan's plans and weaknesses, hoping to mislead him and sabotage his defense. However, Bozan's lies are soon exposed by Yorgos, a Bizans spy who works for Nizam al-Mulk, the Seljuk vizier who is secretly plotting against Alparslan. Yorgos informs Kekavmenos that Akça is alive and well, and that Bozan has betrayed him. He also tells him the true information about Alparslan's plans and strengths, hoping to help him and gain his favor. Kekavmenos is furious and disappointed by Bozan's treachery. He orders his men to capture and kill Bozan. He also realizes that he has been deceived and that he has to change his strategy. He decides to abandon the siege and to face Alparslan in an open field battle. Alparslan, who is aware of Kekavmenos' movements and intentions, thanks to his spies and scouts, is ready for the battle. He leads his army of Turks and Armenians to the plains of Vaspurakan, where he meets Kekavmenos and his army of Bizans and mercenaries. The battle begins with a fierce clash of cavalry and infantry. Alparslan and Kekavmenos exchange arrows and insults, each trying to provoke and intimidate the other. The battle is balanced and bloody, with both sides suffering casualties and losses. However, Alparslan has an advantage: he has a secret weapon, a new invention that he learned from a Chinese engineer: the fire lance. The fire lance is a bamboo tube filled with gunpowder and metal pellets, which can be ignited and shot at the enemy, causing fire and damage. Alparslan uses the fire lance to surprise and scare Kekavmenos' army, creating chaos and confusion among their ranks. Alparslan then orders a final charge, leading his men with courage and determination. He breaks through Kekavmenos' lines and reaches him. He challenges him to a duel, seeking revenge for his mother's death. Kekavmenos accepts the challenge, hoping to kill Alparslan and end the war. The two warriors fight with their swords, each displaying their skills and strength. They exchange blows and wounds, but neither can defeat the other. They are evenly matched in combat, but not in character. Alparslan fights with honor and justice, while Kekavmenos fights with cruelty and treachery. Alparslan fights for his mother's memory and his people's freedom, while Kekavmenos fights for his own power and glory. Alparslan fights with faith and trust in God, while Kekavmenos fights with arrogance and disbelief in God. Alparslan finally manages to disarm Kekavmenos and knock him down. He raises his sword to deliver the final blow, but he hesitates. He remembers his father's words, that he should rule with mercy and not with vengeance. He remembers his mother's words, that he should be a sultan of peace and not of war. He remembers his wife's words, that he should be a father of love and not of hate. He decides to spare Kekavmenos' life, but not his dignity. He tells him that he forgives him for his mother's death, but he does not forget it. He tells him that he defeats him as a warrior, but he does not kill him as a murderer. He tells him that he conquers Vaspurakan as a sultan, but he does not enslave him as a tyrant. He tells him that he offers him peace and friendship, but he expects him to accept it with gratitude and loyalty. He tells him that he respects him as an enemy, but he hopes him to become an ally. He tells him that he honors him as a human being, but he asks him to recognize him as a ruler. He then orders his men to take Kekavmenos as a prisoner of war, along with the other Bizans soldiers who surrendered. He also orders them to treat them well and humanely, according to the Islamic law of war. He then declares victory over Vaspurakan, and thanks God for his success. He also thanks his men for their bravery and loyalty, and his allies for their support and cooperation. He also expresses his love and gratitude to his wife Akça, who is watching him from a distance, and his unborn child, who is growing in her womb


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