ertugrul is Osman’s father With a small part of the Kay tribe and only 400 tents
ertugrul embarked on the challenging road to the West
laying the foundation for one of the greatest empires
After Sultan Aleaddin was poisoned to death by Sadettin Kopek
he rebelled against the Kopek government and declared his country, Sugut, as the parliament building.
his love and respect for his wife is well known
he and Sultan Halim gave birth to four sons at the age of 90 the last ten years of
his life were quietly spent in the tribe due to his advanced age
he transferred all the responsibilities to his young son Osman.
the historical evidence of his life is the coins minted by Ottomans,
which identify Ertugrul as his father’s name but apart from folk tales
not much is known about him
information and historical facts about him are kept in the Turkish archives,
the chronology of Ibn Arabi, the Western archives about the Templars,
the chronology and legends of Byzantium-but according to actor Engin Altan
these The information is only about 7 pages. Duzyatan,
he gave this great man life. never the less
Engin thinks it is a great honor to play Ertugrul because he is the first
person in Turkish history to break
away from the nomadic lifestyle and hope to build
a country that has lasted for the past 600 years.
We do know that he was buried in Sogut in 1280.
Surrounding his grave are the graves of Halime Sultan,
Hayme Mother, his sons Gunduz, Savci Bey,
Saru Batu and Osman, his brothers Dundar,
Turgut Alp, Samsa Alp, Abdurahman and many
other people in his Alps, they Arrived in Sogut with Ertugrul Bey.
Those who were not buried there died on the way
Ottoman is known as the father of the Ottoman Empire
because the expansion of the Ottoman territory began with his Beylik Principality.
In historical books, you will often see the rule of the Ottoman Empire known as the Ottoman dynasty. Osman arrived at his parents very late. He was born in the old age of Ertugrul and Halima.
when Osman was born (1258), Ertgurul was about 67 years old, and Halim was also older.
he was considered a miracle sent by
god when normal women were infertile
historians believe that there was a black hole in Ottoman history during Ottoman’s lifetime
because the record about him was only
discovered 100 years after his death