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In the work Surname-i Humayun, drawn in 1582 by Nakkaş Osman and his apprentice, the Ottoman trades people are depicted during the circumcision ceremony of Şehzade Mehmet. The original miniature is in Topkapi Palace with the record number 367.WE SEE PEOPLE PLAYING MANGALA IN THE MINIATURE

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  • Nakkaş Osman

    Nakkaş Osman (sometimes called Osman the Miniaturist) was the chief miniaturist for the Ottoman...

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    In the work Surname-i Humayun 367-A, drawn in 1582 by Nakkaş Osman and his apprentice, the...

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current20:35, July 26, 2011Thumbnail for version as of 20:35, July 26, 2011793 × 904 (558 KB)Mr Mancala (Talk | contribs)== Summary == In the work Surname-i Humayun, drawn in 1582 by Nakkaş Osman and his apprentice, the Ottoman trades people are depicted during the circumcision ceremony of Şehzade Mehmet. The original miniature is in Topkapi Palace with the record number
14:53, July 26, 2011Thumbnail for version as of 14:53, July 26, 2011405 × 336 (36 KB)Mr Mancala (Talk | contribs)In the work Surname-i Humayun, drawn in 1582 by Nakkaş Osman and his apprentice, the Ottoman trades people are depicted during the circumcision ceremony of Şehzade Mehmet. The original miniature is in Topkapi Palace with the record number 367.WE SEE PEO

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