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There was a suspicion of animosity between them after this with some narratives claiming ongoing disagreements between them both. The youngest and most prominent of all of Ertugrul’s children, and the founder of the Ottoman State (Osmanli Devleti). Tomb of Suleyman Shah (supposed father of Ertugrul) in Syria. His name though does appear in folk narrations, in the early Ottoman accounts as well as some Byzantine sources. His date of birth and where he was born is not clear and though he was said to have died in the year 1329 AD (during the reign of Sultan Orhan I), and with his actual grave being in Erzurum, there isn’t anything about how exactly he died and how old he would have been. Turgut Alp was one of the closest allies and a blood brother of Ertugrul Bey and went on to serve three (3) generations of Kayis; that includes not just Ertugrul and his son, Osman I, but Osman’s son and Ertugrul’s grandson, Orhan I.

There is a video on YouTube from last year (2019) in which the description roughly translates as follows: “Saru Batu Savci Bey, the son of Ertuğrul Gazi, was commemorated at the tomb of Karaköy in our district in the 732nd year of his martyrdom.” Hence, if we go by this, and it is 732 years since he passed away (in 2019), then that puts the year of his death at 1287 AD. This is also somewhat dramatised in Diriliş: Ertuğrul. Bay Bure sent his merchants to bring some presents for his son. As mentioned prior, she was at an age that she shouldn’t be typically be able to give birth and so it has been mentioned that he was called “a miracle baby.”. Bamsi Beyrek is famous to fight with two swords. or. Along with being in Diriliş: Ertuğrul - both as a young child and a young adult - Gündüz is also a character in the new TV series mentioned earlier: Kuruluş: Osman. After knowing about him, the princess asked them to bring him near to tent. So, how did historical characters such as Ertugrul Gazi, Halime Sultan, Turgut Alp and Bamsi Beyrek die in history?

Tamgha/Tamga (Seal) of the Kayi Tribe, which represents the bow and arrow, as per the 11th century scholar and lexicographer Mahmud al-Kashgari.

Whilst Gundogdu Bey & Sungurtekin Bey didn’t agree with Ertugrul Bey’s decision to migrate, it was Dundar Bey as mentioned earlier, who joined his brother on his journey west. Becomes Ertugrul’s spy on Noyan under the guise of being a traitor, before serving as Hayme Hatun’s personal guard. (Credit: Humza Sheikh). He was said to have lived till the age of 125 years old, when he died in battle with his famous axe in hand, during the conquest of the Atranos Castle (Orhaneli Kalesi).

Lastly, both characters returned in the series after the tribe split (Season 2) with both Gundogdu and Sungurtekin arriving at Ertugrul’s tribe on separate occasions. Actor who played the role of Gundogdu Bey in Dirilis Ertugrul, Actor who played the role of Sungurtekin Bey in Dirilis Ertugrul. And then Bamsi Beyrek met with the daughter of Bay Bichen, Banu Chichek, when he gave a fat hunted deer to her nurses.

Like many others, information surrounding Hayme Hatun is unknown including information surrounding her birth, death and origins. He mentions that from the work of Bayatlı Mahmud Oğlu Hasan called Câmı Cem-Ayîn (he wrote this work for Cem Sultan/Prince Cem during the time of Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II), it states that after the death of Ertugrul’s father, two of the brothers (Gundogdu & Sungurtekin) took the tribe eastwards whilst Ertugrul Bey and Dundar Bey came to Anatolia. Halil Inalcik to speculate that this might have been a later addition. Bamsi Beyrek was a legendary hero whose life has been described in the most famous of stories of Oghuz Turks titled “The Book of Dede Korkut” by the famous Oghuz Turkish folk narrator Dede Korkut. Is falsely accused of being a traitor in Season 2 along with Hamza Alp. He was apparently martyred in battle in the year 1303 AD. Here is proof; Talk:Bamsı Beyrek/Temp. From her, Orhan I, his successor, was born.

His character in Dirilis: Ertugrul is played by two actors including a child actor.

Time passed and they came to Istanbul and bought a gray male sea colt, a finely strung bow and a six-part club. Click here). He had outlived his close friend Ertugrul by almost 44 years.

At that time, Bamsi Beyrek also gave a golden ring to her as a sign of engagement.

Grandmother of Osman Gazi.”, Main entrance to the tomb of Hayme Ana - Domanic, Turkey. The Ottoman army then misled those in the castle by making it appear as if they were retreating and leaving, but Abdurrahman Gazi silently returned at night and was taken in by the girl thereby allowing the Ottoman soldiers to rush and conquer the castle. His burial place along with his family and various alps (including those of Osman) are in Sogut, in the Bilecik Province of modern Turkey, in a mausoleum (re)developed by Sultan Abdul Hamid II in the late nineteenth century. The narrative goes that with a small part of the Kayi tribe, Ertuğrul Ghazi with only 400 tents, went west with his younger brother Dündar Bey, and eventually settled in Söğüt on the (western) frontier of Anatolian Seljuk State which neighboured the Eastern Roman Byzantine Empire. According to Kafadar in his aforementioned book “Between Two Worlds: The Construction of the Ottoman State” on Page 105, the early Ottoman historiographer Mevlânâ Mehmed Neşri (Neshri) mentions that after the death of Ertuğrul (in 1281), the next leader of the Kayı tribe was to be selected with some wanting Osman and others wanting Dündar to be the new Bey (Beg) of the tribe. Her tomb is said to be in a pasture area at Çarşamba, a village near Domaniç in modern-day Turkey.

So, I have gathered some information about Bamsi Beyrek Alp like who was Bamsi Beyrek Alp? Osman executed him immediately with some narrations stating using a sword whilst others state shooting him down via a bow and arrow. We know he was the father of Osman I who founded the Devlet-iʿAlīye-iʿOsmānīye (literally "The Sublime Ottoman State") but most of the information surrounding both Ertugrul and Osman come a century or more after Osman’s death and with some of the accounts recorded being of a conflicting nature, the historical veracity of much of what is recorded has been cast in doubt.

We know next to little of them both. It was also said they suffered big losses during a great Mongol invasion and they thereafter lived subserviently under Mongol rule. And then the same young man was given the name of Bamsi Beyrek in a gathering of the Oghuz Princes. Mausoleum of Ertugrul Gazi (Ertugrul Gazi Turbesi) in Sogut, Bilecik Province, Turkey (Credit: Humza Sheikh), Tomb of Ertugrul Gazi (Credit: Humza Sheikh). I will also touch on the Anatolian Seljuks and characters like Sultan Alaeddin Kaykubad I and Emir Saadettin Kopek in Part 3 (Part 3 is now completed. Duaa being made at the grave of Bamsi Beyrek.

Saturday Oct 03, 2020 . Grave of Gunduz Bey (Credit: Humza Sheikh). Bamsi Beyrek Alp was a kindhearted and a man who loves to live a jolly life. Moreover, there are apparently poems dedicated to his purported martyrdom in the works titled “Tevârîh-i Âl-i Osman” ("The Chronicles of the House of Osman") by various early Ottoman historians like Ibn Kemal/Kemalpaşazâde (aka Şemseddin Ahmed).

Log In. In 1892, Ottoman Sultan-Caliph Abdulhamid II oversaw a recovery of the tomb of Haymana.

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It is also said when she did indeed gave birth to her youngest son Osman, it was at an age that she shouldn’t be typically be able to give birth.

Bamsi Beyrek was a great aggressive warrior. In spite of all of that, not only are many of the characters in the show indeed based on real people in history (even if the information surrounding some of them is at times insufficient/unclear) but the historical chronology and context in which the show was set also seems to be very accurate.

Other characters who later became part of the Kayi Tribe in Dirilis: Ertugrul like Artuk Bey and Samsa Alp (Samsa Çavuş) will be touched on in my follow up blog post/Part 2 and where I also will touch on the other tribes like the Dodurga & Cavdar tribes (Part 2 is now completed. It is also presented in Dirilis: Ertugrul, that he first married Aykiz Hatun (see below) and after her death, he married Aslihan Hatun of the Çavdar Tribe (see next/follow up blog post to this one). The Tomb & Masjid of Abdurrahman Gazi (Abdurrahman Gazi Türbesi Ve Camii) in Erzurum, Turkey. Mother of Ertuğrul Gazi. Since the genealogies of Ertugrul Bey and his brothers in some recordings completely omit Suleyman Shah, this has led to Ottoman historian Halil Inalcik to speculate that this might have been a later addition. Hence, they over time faded away in history with some speculating that the reason was because they were looked at as not making the right decision in comparison to their younger brothers and consequently weren’t really “paid attention to.”. Even though he didn’t participate in the actual battle, he is also credited with the conquering of Bursa from the Byzantines in the same year shortly before his death; this became the second capital city of the Ottomans under his son and successor, Orhan I, and where his tomb is currently located. This is corroborated by an earlier account by Rashīd al-Dīn Ṭabīb (Rashīd al-Dīn Faḍlullāh Hamadānī), a statesman, physician and historian in Mongol Ilkhanate ruled Iran, in his extensive history work Jāmiʿal-tawārīkh (Collection of Chronicles) in the fourteenth (14th) century. The merchants were much impressed by him. After which both of them came to know about each other. He was younger than his two older siblings: Gundogdu Bey (Gündoğdu Bey) and Sungurtekin Bey, and they were all older than their youngest sibling: Dundar Bey (Dündar Bey). Real History of Bamsi Alp / Bamsi Beyrek in Kurulus Osman & Dirilis Ertugrul. After listening this, all the princes prayed to ALLAH Almighty to bless Bay Bure with a son. Forgot account? Click here). Him being expelled though might have been done for the sake of series as I haven't seen any accounts that remotely suggests this ever happened. Bamsi Beyrek Alp was also included in Ressurection Dirilis Ertugrul Season. Hayme Ana was the spouse of Suleyman Shah/Gunduz Alp; the mother of Ertugrul Gazi and his brothers and the grandmother of Osman Gazi. Resurrection: Ertugrul further narrates that he was captured by the Mongols and served the founder and 1st Great Khan (Khagan) of the Mongol Empire, Genghiz Khan/Chingis Khan, and thereafter his son & successor, and 2nd Great Khan, Ogedei Khan.