Turna, following Başulu, who went to meet with Tapar; He had seen the two of them meet in secret. Just at this time, a dagger had pressed against Crane’s throat? Who has put a dagger on Crane’s throat? Will the crane die?
Sabbah, who took action to reveal that Melikşah had a son from Başulu, who was exiled years ago, witnessed the secret meeting of Tapar and Başulu. Sabbah, who is Başulu; will he be able to learn that he is the mother of Tapar? Will he be able to have the secret that could drag the Seljuks into great confusion?
On the other hand, Tekiş, who organized the massacre of the Turkmen Beys, was calling on the new Turkmen Beys, the successors of these beys, to raise a flag against Melikşah. Melikşah had raided this meeting. Will Melikşah, who goes with his sword, punish Tekiş? Or will the archers hidden by Tekiş shoot Melikşah?
On the other hand, Sencer understood that Tomas, who was trapped, was also setting himself up. Thomas, who offered to confess to Tekish’s betrayal; In return, he asked Livya from Sencer. Will Sencer hand over a woman who took shelter in him to his enemies? Will he be able to detain Tomas in order to prove the crime of Tekiş, the murderer of the Turkmen Beys?
In addition to all these, Faysal will organize a game with the order of Sabbah, who wants to dominate Şelemzar, and will appear before Nizamülmülk and request Şelemzar emirate. What will be Nizamülmülk’s response to Faisal?
What will be the first action of Bedrülcemali, who came to the Seljuk lands to make an alliance with Sabbah and weaken and even destroy the Seljuks? What action will he take to break the influence of Melikşah in the Islamic World?
Seljuq, additionally spelled Seljuk, administering military group of the Oğuz (Ghuzz) Turkic clans that attacked southwestern Asia in the eleventh century and ultimately established a domain that included Mesopotamia, Syria, Palestine, and a large portion of Iran. Their development denoted the start of Turkish force in the Middle East.A brief treatment of the Seljuqs follows. For full treatment, see Anatolia: The Seljuqs of Anatolia.
During the tenth century movements of the Turkish people groups from Central Asia and southeast Russia, one gathering of migrant clans, driven by a boss named Seljuq, got comfortable the lower ranges of the Syr Darya (Jaxartes) River and later changed over to the Sunni type of Islam. They had an impact in the outskirts protection powers of the Sāmānids and later of Mahmud of Ghazna. Seljuq’s two grandsons, Chaghri (Chagri) Beg and Toghrïl (Ṭugril) Beg, enrolled Persian help to win domains of their own, Chaghri controlling most of Khorāsān and Toghrïl, at his passing in 1063, heading a realm that included western Iran and Mesopotamia.