Sculptures of Sargon II at Dur-Sharrukin (Khorsabad; 'Sargon's city'), Room 14
The Assyrians Besiege and Assault the City of Pazashi (Panzish), in 715BC
Bas Reliefs 1 and 2


Source: Monument de Ninive, découvert et décrit par M.P.E. Botta; mesuré et dessiné par M.E. Flandin. 1849, NYPL

Wäfler 1975, vol. 1, p.267 observed that the convention of distinguishing easterners by skin cloaks occurred already in the Akkadian period in the well-known stele of Naram-Sin where they are worn by defeated easterners, the Lullubi. In Sargon's room 2, skin cloaks are worn by the inhabitants of the labeled cities of Harhar, Tikrakka, Bīt-Bagaia, Kišesm, and Ganguhtu; in Room 13, Muşaşir; and in Room 14, Pazaši (for references, see chapter 2, note 26). So consistent was the use of this convention, that skin cloaks were considered sufficient identification for the unlabeled easterners in the tribute processions from Room 10 (Botta and Flandin 1849, vol 2, pls. 122-136).
Note 14, p307, Sennacherib's "Palace Without Rival" at Nineveh By John Malcolm Russell
Bas Relief 11, Sculptures of Sargon II at Khorsabad, Room 14 - The Assyrians lead prisoners from the city of Pazashi (Panzish), in 715BC

Bas Relief 22, Sculptures of Sargon II at Khorsabad, Room 2 - The Assyrians capture Ganguhtu, Bit Bagaya, and Kiundau, and accept the surrender of Tikrakka, in 716BC



Also see an Iranian Warrior, 8th Century BC, in Armies of the Ancient Near East 3,000 BC to 539 BC by Nigel Stillman & Nigel Tallis, based on sculptures of Sargon II at Dur-Sharrukin (Khorsabad; 'Sargon's city'), room 14, 'The Assyrians Besiege and Assault the city of Pazashi (Panzish), in 715BC'
Ancient Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers