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Coordinates: 50°17′39″N 3°32′28″E / 50.2942°N 3.5411°E / 50.2942; 3.5411Coordinates: 50°17′39″N 3°32′28″E / 50.2942°N 3.5411°E / 50.2942; 3.5411{{#coordinates:50.2942|3.5411|type:city(1040)_region:FR|||||| |primary |name= }}</td></tr><tr class="mergedtoprow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Country</th><td> France</td></tr><tr class="mergedrow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Region</th><td> Nord-Pas-de-Calais</td></tr><tr class="mergedrow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Department</th><td> Nord</td></tr><tr class="mergedrow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Arrondissement</th><td> Valenciennes</td></tr><tr class="mergedrow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Canton</th><td> Valenciennes-Sud</td></tr><tr class="mergedrow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Intercommunality</th><td> Valenciennes Métropole</td></tr><tr class="mergedtoprow"><th colspan="2" style="text-align:center;text-align:left">Government</th></tr><tr class="mergedrow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left"> • Mayor (2008–2014) </th><td> Christian Lerat</td></tr><tr class="mergedtoprow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Area1</th><td> 6.59 km2 (2.54 sq mi)</td></tr><tr class="mergedtoprow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Population (2009)2</th><td> 1,040</td></tr><tr class="mergedrow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left"> • Density</th><td> 160/km2 (410/sq mi)</td></tr><tr class="mergedtoprow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">INSEE/Postal code</th><td class="adr"> 59019 / 59269</td></tr><tr class="mergedtoprow"><th scope="row" style="text-align:left">Elevation</th><td> Script error: No such module "convert".
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Artres is a commune in the Nord department in northern France. A group of grave objects from a Frankish noble lady was found in Artres in the nineteenth century. Known as the Artres Treasure, it is now mostly in the British Museum.[1]</blockquote>

Population

Artres
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Historical population
YearPop.±%
1800 245—    
1806 203−17.1%
1821 259+27.6%
1831 552+113.1%
1836 666+20.7%
1841 711+6.8%
1846 819+15.2%
1851 804−1.8%
1856 899+11.8%
1861 969+7.8%
1866 952−1.8%
1872 1,005+5.6%
1876 1,019+1.4%
1881 1,048+2.8%
1886 1,032−1.5%
1891 1,054+2.1%
1896 1,050−0.4%
1901 1,047−0.3%
1906 1,042−0.5%
1911 973−6.6%
1921 892−8.3%
1926 908+1.8%
1931 950+4.6%
1936 979+3.1%
1946 966−1.3%
1954 999+3.4%
1962 995−0.4%
1968 905−9.0%
1975 853−5.7%
1982 979+14.8%
1990 1,087+11.0%
1999 1,071−1.5%
2006 1,059−1.1%
2009 1,040−1.8%

Heraldry

The arms of Artres are blazoned :

Or, a cross engrailed gules. (Artres, Bettrechies, Cerfontaine, Denain, Eth, Lesquin, Obies, Quérénaing, Semousies, Wambrechies and Warlaing use the same arms.)



See also

References

  1. ^ British Museum Highlights [1]


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