My post got scrambled, even when I reposted by copy ... strange.
I wrote that camse<chemise. Then chamarre<zimarra of Galicia , where zamarrones wore a goathead on their head. That suggests a pre-Crusades, pre-Christian origin for acciamara of Sardinia, L. zimara , which gets close to Asia Minor.
Arabic "khamlat" I believe is abnormal with double consonants, suggesting a loan-word. "Kamelaukion" of Byzantium and "kambuzi" of Persia-Babylon indicate an Aryan history for "kam-".
Skt. "camara" regalia tassel and Bavarian (Celtic) "gamsbart" national tassel of gamse chamois deer-hair, relate to sacred deer-goats. This is seen in Skt. Brahmin "chamara" regalia tassel in Thailand today, and made of chamari deer-hair. "Cambyses" and "byses" robes of Persian royals are from 5thcent BC when Mithraic Persians (Mithradates kings) were in Asia Minor.
Mithradates I of Pontus Asia Minor had Gaul support before Gauls ruled Galatia. In the Daeva Inscription of Xerxes, Skt. bramanya means "religious" and Pers. bramaniya means "reverently". This suggests that "bram" was a sacred word, rather than a god. German "bram" may then go with "gamsbart" as symbols, with "kam-" robes /tassels of the goat.
OFr. tasseau means "tassel as clasp for robe".