Miscellaneous Terms of the Renaissance and Reformation

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Issued by Pope Boniface VIII, this Papal bull emphasized spirituality over secularism
The art of persuasion using the spoken word
This is the term Italians used to refer to the 15th century
The driving out of the Moors from the Iberian peninsula
The common way of speaking or writing; the dialect
The ruling of all of Europe by a single person or ruling family
The questioning and removal of non-Catholics from Spain
The uprising of French workers
The concepts of Transubstantiation and Consubstantiation have to do with this ceremony, also known as 'The Last Supper'
The Catholic church deemed this Latin version of the bible the only TRUE bible
The French parliament composed of each of the three estates
Due to the success of this person, he is said to have sold his soul to the devil for money and power
When included in artwork, this concept creates a sense of three-dimensional realism
French Calvinists
The favoring of certain people (generally family members) by those in power
Buying or selling a position in the Catholic church
Name for the room where Henry VII's royal council would meet; name of this council
The idea that a person could communicated with God without the need for a church
A paid pardon for one's sins
Characterized by traditional teaching methods, this idea was shunned in favor of real-world experience
The notion that one's life and fate are already planned out before his or her birth
The study and celebration of the human experience
Wars within England between the Lancasters and the Yorks over who should control the throne
Machiavelli used this term for what we today call 'mercenaries'
Name of the protestant group which would eventually settle New England
The name of the French church
Ignatius Loyola practiced this - a deeply-rooted inclination to support the Pope no matter what
The group of Muslims that invaded the Iberian peninsula
Describes a person without formal training in a specific area; a non-ordained member of the church
Jews who 'converted' to Catholicism in the Iberian peninsula
Refers to the period of time when the Pope was stationed at Avignon
The holding of multiple offices at one time by the same person
The raising of private armies by powerful lords; outlawed by King Henry VII
Muslims who 'converted' to Catholicism in the Iberian peninsula

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