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A cartouche is a rounded oblong frame for royal names in Egyptian hieroglyphs.
Cartouche may also refer to:
- Cartouche (cartography), a decorative emblem on a globe or map
- Cartouche (design), a scrolling frame motif
- Louis Dominique Bourguignon (1693-1721), French highwayman also known as Cartouche
- Cartouche, King of Paris or Cartouche, a 1950 French film about the highwayman
- Cartouche (film), a 1962 French film about the highwayman
- Cartouche (group), a Eurodance act
- "Cartouche", a 2003 song by Blackmore's Night from Ghost of a Rose
- Cartouche, an oval-shaped shield in heraldry
- Cartouche (cooking), a culinary technique
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