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What is "Camocas" - Definition & Explanation
Another largely historic fabric that was popular in the 14th and 15th centuries. It was a very beautiful fabric which was often stripped with gold or silver. It had a satin base and was diapered like fine linen.
silk cloth striped with gold and silver made in a castle in Palestine beginning in 12th century.
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