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+ Definition of Germanic People: One of the European peoples that spoke a Germanic language; for example, the Teutones, Visigoths, etc.
Barbarian Originally a non-roman person. "Barbarian" later came to mean "uncultured person" an insult.
Judaism the religion of the jews.
Qur'an the holy book of Islam (also means "reading")
Torah Jewish name for the first five books of the Jewish Bible.
Apostles the first twelve disciples, or followers, of Jesus.
Gospels The first four books of the new testament of the Christian bible.
Messiah The son of god and the saviour of the Jewish people.
Beatitudes are a set of teachings by Jesus that appear in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. The term Beatitude comes from the Latin adjective beatus which means happy, fortunate, or blissful.
Roman Catholic Church The only Christian church in western europe until the sixteenth century
Franks were a confederation of Germanic tribes first attested in the third century AD as populating a broad strip of land on the right bank of the Lower and Middle Rhine River.
Charlemagne was King of the Franks from 768 and Emperor of the Romans (Imperator Romanorum) from 800 to his death in 814.
Carolingian Renaissance
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