The history of headwear in human traditions is as outstanding for its variety of display and utility as is the history of clothing. Though it is of course hard to discern when the use of hats or head coverings originated because of a scattered archaeological record, we may suppose that humans have been devising ways to protect and beautify the head on condition that they have been layering the body style for the same ideas.
One style of headwear that has had a particularly illustrious history is the Phrygian cap which is also called Pcap. It is originated from the culture of the Aryan tribes that came toward Persian’s in 2000 B.C. It was named for a earlier region of antique Anatolia and an premature symbol of its society to the Persian tradition in first century B.C.E when Aryan god Mithra putting on Phrygian hat can be seen in an encounter with King Antiochus.