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42 And a voice of a [carefree] multitude being at ease was with her: and with the men of the common sort [anashim of the common rabble ] were brought Sabeans from the wilderness [midbar], which put bracelets upon their hands, and beautiful crowns [ateret tiferet] upon their heads.

Ezekiel, ... describes the head-dress of the Sabean and Keturite Arabs by atereth, rendered in Greek by stephanon, as "Sabeans from the wilderness, who put beautiful stephans or wreaths upon their heads" -- that is, turbans. It was a usual saying among them that Allah had bestowed four peculiar things upon the Arabs; and that one of them was, that their turbans should be to them instead of diadems. "Make a point," said their prophet, "of wearing turbans, because it is the way of angels."

Eureka 9.1.8