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a highly infectious, usually fatal, epidemic disease
plague
a strong central government ruled by a king of queen
Monarchy
a person who has controversial opinions, especially one who publicly disagrees with the accepted beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church
Heretic
personal independence; the idea that every person should be free to develop and pursue his of her own goals
Individualism
the revival of the of attention to classical Greek and Roman art, literature, and learning that originated in italy in the 14th century and later spread thought Europe
Renaissance
a political order whose head of state is not a monarch and in which supreme power lies in a body of elected citisens
Republic
a professional soldier who is hired by a foreign country
Mercenary
a doctrine or attitude that is concerned primarily with human beings and their values, capacities, and achievements
Humanism
an artistic style dating from the renaissance that attempts to visually represent people and objects as they exist naturally
Realism
a member of the highest class of society in Italian city-states during the Renaissance; an aristocrat
Patrician
a person who financially supports scholars of artists
Patron
money, land, servants of any other valuable property given by a bride’s family to her husband at marriage
Dowry
worldly, rather than religious, in nature
Secular
a series of meetings of the Roman Catholic Church whose goals were to abolish abuse and reaffirm traditional beliefs
Council
certificates issued by the pope, which were said to reduce or cancel punishment for a person’s sins
Indulgence
a highly infectious, usually fatal, epidemic disease
plague
a strong central government ruled by a king of queen
Monarchy
a person who has controversial opinions, especially one who publicly disagrees with the accepted beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church
Heretic
personal independence; the idea that every person should be free to develop and pursue his of her own goals
Individualism
the revival of the of attention to classical Greek and Roman art, literature, and learning that originated in italy in the 14th century and later spread thought Europe
Renaissance
a political order whose head of state is not a monarch and in which supreme power lies in a body of elected citisens
Republic
a professional soldier who is hired by a foreign country
Mercenary
a doctrine or attitude that is concerned primarily with human beings and their values, capacities, and achievements
Humanism
an artistic style dating from the renaissance that attempts to visually represent people and objects as they exist naturally
Realism
a member of the highest class of society in Italian city-states during the Renaissance; an aristocrat
Patrician
a person who financially supports scholars of artists
Patron
money, land, servants of any other valuable property given by a bride’s family to her husband at marriage
Dowry
worldly, rather than religious, in nature
Secular
a series of meetings of the Roman Catholic Church whose goals were to abolish abuse and reaffirm traditional beliefs
Council
certificates issued by the pope, which were said to reduce or cancel punishment for a person’s sins
Indulgence
a highly infectious, usually fatal, epidemic disease
plague
a strong central government ruled by a king of queen
Monarchy
a person who has controversial opinions, especially one who publicly disagrees with the accepted beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church
Heretic
personal independence; the idea that every person should be free to develop and pursue his of her own goals
Individualism
the revival of the of attention to classical Greek and Roman art, literature, and learning that originated in italy in the 14th century and later spread thought Europe
Renaissance
a political order whose head of state is not a monarch and in which supreme power lies in a body of elected citisens
Republic
a professional soldier who is hired by a foreign country
Mercenary
a doctrine or attitude that is concerned primarily with human beings and their values, capacities, and achievements
Humanism
an artistic style dating from the renaissance that attempts to visually represent people and objects as they exist naturally
Realism
a member of the highest class of society in Italian city-states during the Renaissance; an aristocrat
Patrician
a person who financially supports scholars of artists
Patron
money, land, servants of any other valuable property given by a bride’s family to her husband at marriage
Dowry
worldly, rather than religious, in nature
Secular
a series of meetings of the Roman Catholic Church whose goals were to abolish abuse and reaffirm traditional beliefs
Council
certificates issued by the pope, which were said to reduce or cancel punishment for a person’s sins
Indulgence
a highly infectious, usually fatal, epidemic disease
plague
a strong central government ruled by a king of queen
Monarchy
a person who has controversial opinions, especially one who publicly disagrees with the accepted beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church
Heretic
personal independence; the idea that every person should be free to develop and pursue his of her own goals
Individualism
the revival of the of attention to classical Greek and Roman art, literature, and learning that originated in italy in the 14th century and later spread thought Europe
Renaissance
a political order whose head of state is not a monarch and in which supreme power lies in a body of elected citisens
Republic
a professional soldier who is hired by a foreign country
Mercenary
a doctrine or attitude that is concerned primarily with human beings and their values, capacities, and achievements
Humanism
an artistic style dating from the renaissance that attempts to visually represent people and objects as they exist naturally
Realism
a member of the highest class of society in Italian city-states during the Renaissance; an aristocrat
Patrician
a person who financially supports scholars of artists
Patron
money, land, servants of any other valuable property given by a bride’s family to her husband at marriage
Dowry
worldly, rather than religious, in nature
Secular
a series of meetings of the Roman Catholic Church whose goals were to abolish abuse and reaffirm traditional beliefs
Council
certificates issued by the pope, which were said to reduce or cancel punishment for a person’s sins
Indulgence