While Alparslan’s rescue of his older brother Hasan from the infidels was welcomed by the Seljuks; Yannis’ fate thanks to Alparslan further increases the effect of internal tension in Vaspurakan. When Alparslan learns of the coup attempt of his older sister Şehver and nephew Mesud in Bust, he travels to Bust to investigate the incident in detail. When he returns to Oba, he finds that Kekavmenos has made an unexpected move and that is why the marriage was performed. What will happen between Alparslan and Akça takes the bond between them to a different point. While all this is happening, Kekavmenos gives an order that will corner Akça. At what point will the tension between Alparslan and Kekavmenos come
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1. Q: Where is Alparslan: The Great Seljuk set?
A: Alparslan: The Great Seljuk is set in Anatolia and the Middle East during the 11th century. The show was filmed in Turkey, Morocco, and Uzbekistan.
2. Q: Why is Alparslan called the Great Seljuk?
A Alparslan was called the “Great Seljuk” because of his military genius and his victories over the Byzantine Empire. He was a skilled strategist and a brave warrior. He was also a just and compassionate ruler.
3. Q: What are the controversies surrounding Alparslan?
A: Alparslan is a controversial figure. Some people view him as a hero, while others view him as a conqueror. His legacy is complex and contested.
4. Q What is the significance of the Seljuk Empire?
A: The Seljuk Empire was a powerful empire that ruled over much of Anatolia and the Middle East from the 11th to the 13th centuries. They were a major force in the development of Islam and Turkish culture.
5. Q: What are the criticisms of Alparslan: The Great Seljuk?
A: Some people have criticized Alparslan: The Great Seljuk for its historical inaccuracies. Others have criticized the show for its violence and its portrayal of women.