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Embry was the stronghold of Renty, whose castle has disappeared today, and whose family lost several of its members at the battle of Agincourt.
The church of Saint Martin in Embry was built at the end of the 15th century, and has three naves, like that of Fressin. It has a narthex and a monumental south porch. But its particularity is that it has kept a large portion of its medieval architecture and its original decoration, an architectural summary of the flamboyant gothic style. The very wide windows with their tracery, for example, have exceptional detail, doubtless unique in the region, with vertical and horizontal mullions, four-leaved and three-leaved openings. The amateur of mysteries can also seek a wall in the nave which shows, among old graffiti, a magic circle.
The 16th century wars and then the destructions of the French Revolution necessitated the rebuilding during the 19th century in the neo-gothic style, of the choir and the tower, overseen by Clovis Normand, who integrated without difficulty this beautiful and preserved gothic architecture.