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Renaissance a renewal of life, vigor, interest, etc.; rebirth; revival
Humanism the studies, principles, or culture of the humanists.
Renaissance Man a present-day man who has acquired profound knowledge or proficiency in more than one field. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a present-day man who has acquired profound knowledge or proficiency in mo
Patron a person who has supposrt with money
Realism the interest or concern of anything
Protestant anyone from west Crhistian, who is not catholic
Reformation a religious movement from the 16th century in The Roman Catholic that led to the Establishment of the Protestant Churches
Vernacular using a certain lenguage
Indulgences the temporal punishment atonement, that is due for a sin or sins after absolution.
Heretic a baptized Roman Catholic who willfully and also rejects any article of faith.
Excommunicated To exclude by or as if by decree from membership or the participation in church.
Inquisition a harsh or very difficult question
Anti-Semitism the discrimination against or being prejudice or hostility toward Jews.
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