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manor
in Medieval Europe, an agricultural estate run by a lord and worked by pewasants
serf
in Medieval Europe, a peasant legally bound to the land who had to provide labor services, pay rents, and be subject to the lord's control
money economy
an economic system based on money rather than barter
guild
a business association wit a particualr trade or craft; guilds evolved in the 12th century and came to play a leading role in the economic life of medieval cities
heresy
the denial of basic church doctrines
Inquisition
a court establilshed by the Catholic Church in 1232 to discover and try heretics; also called the Holy Office
sacrament
Christian rite
theology
the study of religion and God
new monarchies
in the 15th century, government in which power had been centralized under a king or queen, i.e., France, England, and Spain
Mesoamerica
the name used for areas of Mexico and Central America that were civilized before the arrival of the Spanish
epidemic
outbreak fo disease that spreads rapidly
German word "burg"
walled enclosure
burghers, bourgeoisie
the merchants an artisans of the walled cities
university, Latin word "universitas"
corporation or guild