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Representive Gover.

Humanities Exam

What did Absolutism mean? Absolutism meant that ultimate power rested in the hands of a king who claimed to rule over by divine right
Describe the government of the Middle Ages self-governing, voluntary organizations, corporate entities such as chapters of canons, monks or of cathedral canons, of guilds, confraternies and of communes.
Describe the medieval church Despite its seeming monolithic structure was a profusion and variety of entities and organizations, each with their rights like wildly garden, so medieval political life was also a profusion and variety of entities with their acquired rights, liberties
Continue Church and traditions, Wait for after the French Revolution for uniformity and standardization
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