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History Exam 10-H


a dissenting group faction
an individual quialified to vote in an election elector
a sudden overthrow of the government coup d etat
one of the three into which French society was divided before the revolution Estate
obligations of peasants to noble landlords that survived into the modern era relics of feudalism
the middle class, including merchants, industrialists, and professional people bourgeoisie
"without breeches," members of the Paris Commune who considered themselves ordinary patriots sans-culottes
supporters of Parliament during the english Civil War roundheads
bloodless revolution bringing William of Orange and Mary to the throne and help pass a Bill of Rights Glorious Revolution
King rules according to and with the support of God divine right
religious law that established a national church in England and reduced religious conflict Act of Uniformity
rising of prices Inflation
magic witchcraft
a republic commonwealth
royalists or those who remained loyal to King Charles Cavaliers
Scottish word for assassin; James's opponents Whigs
One of England's first political parties; James's supporters Tory
document giving the accused more rights by seeing a judge before the trial habeus corpus
the belief that God has determined in advance who will be saved and who will be damned predestination
declare invalid annul
an intellectual movement of the Renaissance based on the study of the humanities, which included grammar, rhetoric, poetry, moral philosophy, and history Humanism
a painting done on fresh, wet plsater with water-based paints fresco
an artistic style that replaced baroque in the 1730's; it was highly secular, emphasized grace, charm, and gentle action rococo
a system in which rulers tried to govern by Enlightenment principles while maintaining their full royal powers Enlightened Absolutism
an artistic movement that emerged in Italy in the 1520's and 1530's. It marked the end of the Renaissance by breaking down the principles of balanc, harmony, and moderation mannerism
an artistic style of the seventeenth century characterized by complex forms, bold ornaments, and contrasting elements baroque
rights with which all humans are supposedly born, including the rights to life, liberty, and property natural rights
a political system in which someone holds complete power absolutism
Russian for "Caesar," the title used by Russian emperors czar
a Russian noble boyar
Created by: mudkip201