David Bek (Armenian: Դավիթ Բեկ) (?-1728) was an Armenian military commander and one of the most prominent military figures of the Armenian liberation movement of the 18th century directed against the forces of Ottoman Empire and Safavid Iran. In 1722-25, with direct support from Mkhitar Sparapet in Syunik and Avan Yuzbashi in Karabakh, David Bek headed the armed struggle of Syunik and Artsakh Armenians against Safavid Iran. In 1726-28 Armenians under the leadership of David Bek went to war with Turkish armies at Halidsor and had showed great military competence and valor by defeating them easily.
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... the historical novels The Five Melikdoms (1882) and David Bek (1882) by Raffi, the opera David Bek (1950) by Armen Tigranian and the novel Mkhitar Sparapet (1961) by Sero Khanzadyan ... In 1944, David Bek the movie was filmed and in 1978, Armenfilm in association with Mosfilm produced another movie about the efforts of David Bek and Mkhitar ...
... David Bek (Armenian Դավիթ Բեկ, also Romanized as Davit’ Bek and Davit Bek formerly, Zeyva, Ashaya-Zeyva and Ashaga Zeyva) is a village and rural ... The place was named for Armenian patriot David Bek ...
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