The Battle of Malazgirt was a turning point in terms of the conquest of Anatolia and most of this new geography was soon controlled by the Turks and then turned into a Turkish settlement. The east ernandoutheastern Anatolia are seen here as the earliest conquered territories, and it is understood that Maras and its surroundings, which are subject to notification, were also seized in this period. In this regard, although there are noclear information on sources, some historical historians give information on this issue. XII.
Century historian Zahirreddin Nişâbûrîstated that during the conquest of Anatolia after the Battle of Malazgirt, who declared which town stheycon quered, a Turkish commander named Emir Çavlu seized Maraş and its vicinity. In the same way XIII. Century historian Aksarayî also counts Elbistan and its surroundings among the places that Danishmend Gazi seized. This information gives us the impression that the territory of Maras was taken over by the Turks in 1072 orshortly after. After the war of Malazgirt, it can be predicted that it continued until the First Crusade (1096), although it can not be definitively understood how long the Maraş and surrounding Turkish domination continued.
Here weare in this work; The Armenian-era Byzantine army commander Philaretos Brachamios, who was appointed by the Byzantine Emperor Romanos Diogenes (1068-1071) after the Malazgirt, which resulted in an absolute Victory against the Byzantine, in order to defend the eastern frontiers of the Byzantine country against the Turks against the Malatya-Antakya line, Wetried to give in formation in the light of resources.