Assyrian, Egyptians and Medes costumes in pre-Christian times.

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Assyrians, Medes and Egyptians costumes

Assyrian, Egyptians and Medes Costumes in pre-Christian times.

Top row left: Dress of the Assyrian High Priest. Assyrian king. Right: Noble Medes clothing.
Bottom row left: Clothing of a noble Egyptian, Egyptian Queen and distinguished Egyptian. Right: Clothing of Egyptian court official, King (Pharaoh) and fan carrier of the king.


Source: The history of costumes. Munich picture sheet. (Münchener Bilderbogen) Published and published by Braun and Schneider in Munich. Published between 1861 and 1880.

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Related: Fashion & Costume History of Egypt,- Minoan,- Greece,- Persian,- Amazons,- Roman

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