Image Remarks: A Petrography (Petroglyph) found in Susa 5-6 century BC shows an Elamid Woman sitting in front of a spinning machine producing yarn or thread from fibers. Her attire shows the important of Clothes at a time when most humanity was savage. Clues&Views:Textile is not a new industry in Iran. There are jewelry on This woman's arms who seems to be of a noble family as a servant is seen behind her. She is sitting comfortably in front of a desk wearing a top with short sleeves. She has long hair and a shawl is hanging from her shoulders.

Tags :Susa , Woman , Textile , Cloth , Petroglyph , Louvre , Elamite , Dress , Iranian Woman -Section :Arts
Source/Contributor::Nights without dawn

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