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Cambrai

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The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages

Cambrai (Cambray) 

A politically valuable frontier town, Cambrai was near the French, Flemish, and German borders, with bishops dominant from the 10th century. Cambrai was a centre of cloth production in the later MA, and the cathedral’s music school achieved international renown in the 15th and 16th centuries.

John S. Ott

Bibliography

W. Reinecke, Geschichte der Stadt Cambrai bis zur Erteilung der Lex Godefridi (1227) (1896).Find this resource:

    L. Trenard, ed., Histoire de Cambrai (1982).Find this resource: