I was lead to the answer after hearing something about dye and watching the video below and I remember Elder's question he post yesterday at the 2:10 mark. APTTMH and Mother Rauch.
The Hexaplex Trunculus is the sea snail that produce the color to dye garments blue-purple color.
63 Who is this that cometh from Edom, with dyed garments from Bozrah? this that is glorious in his apparel, travelling in the greatness of his strength? I that speak in righteousness, mighty to save.
2 Wherefore art thou red in thine apparel, and thy garments like him that treadeth in the winefat?
3 I have trodden the winepress alone; and of the people there was none with me: for I will tread them in mine anger, and trample them in my fury; and their blood shall be sprinkled upon my garments, and I will stain all my raiment.
Vintage Map of Iran / Persia: "Perse" [showing the whole of Iran from the Caspian Sea to the Gulf of Basra (Golfe de Balsora) / Persian Gulf].
I looked up Bozrah and the purple dye relating to the Canaanites. https://jewishweek.timesofisrael.com/blue-heaven-2/
Canaanites did extract purple dye, which when left in the sun turns blue, from tens of thousands — millions — of various types of snails off the coasts of Lebanon and Syria about 3,500 years ago. The word “Canaan” might be etymologically connected to the Hurrian word, “Kanahu,” purple; and more certainly, “Phoenicia” means “purple land” in Greek. These Canaanites — later referred to as Phoenicians (purple people) — became known for this purple and blue dye, said to be worth more than its weight in gold, and they exported it extensively throughout the Mediterranean. In the Bible, the color purple is mentioned often, usually within the phrase, “and blue and purple and scarlet and fine linen…” Both purple and blue are colors of royalty and power and wealth. The Tabernacle’s curtain and veil, the hem of the high priest’s robe, the ephod of the high priest that predicted the future — all were dyed in blue and purple, along with some other colors. Canaan and the Canaanites are mentioned about 160 times in the Bible, beginning with Canaan as the grandson of Noah. According to Genesis, when Abraham arrived in the land of Canaan, Melchizedek, the Canaanite priest or ruler of the city of Salem, Jerusalem, greeted him. Abraham set up his own temples to his own god — Yahweh, to whom he was newly committed — alongside the temple of the Canaanites’ god, El. By biblical chronology, this took place around 1800 BCE. The Canaanites are attested to from about 3000 to 1200 BCE, after which they are referred to as Phoenicians. It would appear that Abraham and his descendants lived comfortably side by side with them for a while. Abraham’s great-grandson Judah’s first wife was the daughter of a Canaanite. After Abraham’s descendants became slaves in Egypt, they returned to the land of Canaan, waging war against the Canaanites. Regardless of the fighting, or maybe due to it, a lot of cross-cultural exchange occurred, including the dye industry; archaeological remains of purple dye have been found in potsherds at sites containing broken shells of murex snails.
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I was lead to this video to find all this out. Casey will explain it better. Start at 57 mark.