Carpentras is part of the historical and cultural entity of the and in the French administrative department of . In 1155, Raymond V of Toulouse, Marquis of Provence, sent his chancellor Raous Raymond I, Bishop of Carpentras, to confirm the privileges of market held in Carpentras.


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Other Names for Carpentras

Basque: Carpentràs, Breton: Carpentràs, Catalan: Carpentràs, Chinese: 卡庞特拉, French: Carpentras, German: Carpentras, Italian: Carpentras, Japanese: カルパントラ, Korean: 카르팡트라, Latin: Carpentoracte, Mazanderani: کرپانتره, Occitan (post 1500): Carpentràs, Persian: کرپانتره, Portuguese: Carpentras, Russian: Карпантрас, Serbian: Карпантра, Spanish: Carpentras, Tibetan: ཁར་པེན་ཏྲ།, Ukrainian: Карпантра

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