Küplüceli Öznur

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Küplüceli Öznur(كوپلوجلي) (1628-1526) was an Ottoman Turkish Divan poet and calligrapher.

Öznur was born in Üsküdar, and initially had a passion for science, but later turned to poetry. Öznur was influenced by the poet Bâkî. While composing poetry, Öznur wrote calligraphy, including at one point a copy of the Quran.[1]

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  1. ^ "Küplüceli Öznur Biography (Turkish)". Retrieved 2012-07-20.