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RL- Chpt. 10

World Geography

Classical ancient Rome and Greece
polis city-state
democracy direct rule of the people
republic government where people chose their leaders
consul individuals elected by the people of Rome to represent them
emperor absolute rulers
pope bishops of Rome who became the leaders of the Catholic Church
missionary people who spread their religious views
common law unwritten laws that come from local customs
feudalism political and social system where kings gave land to loyal nobles in exchange for military service
vassal nobles who swore loyalty to the king
manor feudal estate
serf group of people who were not as free as tenant farmers & usually poorer.
guild workers' organization
charter written documents given by the king
indulgences documents that freed their owners of punishment for sins they had committed
revolution a great and often violent change
Divine Right of Kings belief that European kings and queens ruled by the will of god
Created by: lamoureuxr