ca. 1622

[Possible/Probable] Behavior Code of Abul Hassan Lari [Present-day Iran] [Provisional]: “2. Jews may not circulate freely among the Believers. 3. In their stores Jews must sit on low stools, in order that they not see the purchaser’s face. 4. Jews must wear a specially constructed hat of eleven colors. 5. Around this hat they must sew a yellow ribbon three meters long. 6. Women must tie little bells on their sandals. […]”
Outcaste, Jewish Life in Southern Iran, by Laurence D. Loeb, New York 1977 page 292; Researched by Franziska Wagener 2/2017