- n. From the French "camocas" and the Persian "kamẖā". It refers to a luxurious silk fabric, tamed, fine and shiny, sometimes woven with gold thread, sometimes decorated with birds and geometric drawings, which was used from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century for dressings of talar and covered with luxurious beds.
- Nash, Susie. “The Parement De Narbonne: Context and Technique.” The Fabric of Images, Ed C. Villers, 2000
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