Clothes fashion in Babylon and Assyria

Clothes fashion in Babylon and Assyria, from left, Old Babylonian priest king Gudea around 2250 BC, in the woven white coat is led by a god, this in the coat of fur, then King Hamurabi, around 2200 BC, in the Sumerian coat and crimson fur hat, then an idol of the Babylonian Assyrian weather god Adad, then King Merodach-Baladan of Babylon, 722-710 BC, then a noble Babylonian woman, digital improved reproduction of an original print from the 19th century. (Photo by: Bildagentur-online/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Clothes fashion in Babylon and Assyria, from left, Old Babylonian priest king Gudea around 2250 BC, in the woven white coat is led by a god, this in the coat of fur, then King Hamurabi, around 2200 BC, in the Sumerian coat and crimson fur hat, then an idol of the Babylonian Assyrian weather god Adad, then King Merodach-Baladan of Babylon, 722-710 BC, then a noble Babylonian woman, digital improved reproduction of an original print from the 19th century. (Photo by: Bildagentur-online/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Clothes fashion in Babylon and Assyria
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