The Black Obelisk depicts King Jehu in a subordinate position in front of the Assyrian king, Shalmeneser III. This is the oldest known portrayal of an Israelite.
Here we can see the King's style of dress.
Have any Rabbinical authorities weighed in on whether they think this is an accurate depiction of an ancient Israelite? Can anything significant to Judaism be gleaned from this?
To my eye, everything on King Jehu appears to be standard, except for his cap. I find it interesting that it's fashioned so that a bun would form in the back. I haven't seen anything like it being worn by a Jew in recent history. Is there something similar?