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Angelican
England and its people or culture
The church of England or of any other church in the communion
Apprentice
A person under legal agreement to work a specific time for a skilled craftsman in a crafts or trade for instruction and support. A person who is requiring a trade, craft, or skill under pecified conditions, usu. as a member of a labor union. Novice/Learner, to work or train as such.
Artisan
A worker in a skilled trade, craftsman
Baptist
A member of the protestant denomination thinking the ceremony of admittance to Christ should only been given to believers after a confession of faith and by immersion, not sprinklling
Basilica
A royal palace. In rom, a rectangular building with a broad nave ending in an aspe with aisles used as a courtroom or public hall or a christian church built the same way.
Calvinist
A believer of the doctrines that the elect are predestined to salvation. A set of religious practices and beliefs on the teachings with aste on morality
Chiaroscuro
light or shade in a painting or drawling treated so as to produce the illusion of the depth, a dramatic effect, etc. or a painting of this type
Ex communicate
To exclude form the rights or priviledges of a church, cutting off from a church, to damn to hell
Flying Buttress
A buttress connected with a wall at some distance from it by an arch or part of an arch to resist outward pressure
Fresco
The art of painting with water colors on wet plaster
Grace
beauty, charm, form, attractive quality, a sense of what is right and wrong, mercy, a afovor shown by granting a delay of payment of an obligation, a title of distinction, unmerited love and facor of god to us, to dignify
Heresy
A religious belief in oppostion to an orthodox church's doctrine, or any such opinoin
Humanism
any system of thoughtor action on the nature, intrests, ideals of humanity. A modern nontheistic rationalist movement that holds that humanity is capable of self fulfilment, ethical conduct, without recuse to supernaturalism
Indulgances
paying for repenting of sins
inquire
to seek information, to ask questions, to carry out investigation
Inspiration
In haling an idea or influence to carry something out
Latin
Italic language of ancient latnuim
Lute
A stringed instrument with a pear shpaed body, vaulted back, fretted finger board, and a dead with tuning pegs
Lollard
A follower of Wycliffe, as 14th/15th Century preachers of England or Scotsland
Machiavelliam
suggesting principals of conduct marked by cunning, duplicity, or bad faith
Mural
wall, applied to integral with a wall or ceiling surface
Muse
poet, state of dreaminess.
To become absorbed in thought, wonder, marvel, to think or say reflectively
Patron
a person chosen, named, and honored, as a guardian supporter of an artist, wrtier, social function, or institution. A slave master who has freed his slave but kept some rights over it. A proprietor of an establishment (inn)
Polyphony
Style of musical composition with 2 or more simultaneious but independent melodic lines
Predestination
Doctrine that God with his foreknowing guides those who are destined for heaven
Reform
to change a form by removal of faults of abuses to end evil to change for the better
Renaissance
A transition in Europe from the 14th - 17th Centuries in Italy with the human revival of classic influence in arts literature, science, architecture, rebirth, revival
Sacrament
A christian rite ordained by Christ to be a means of divine grace or spiritual reality
Sculpture
action of carving, modeling, or welding plastic or materials into 3D art
Secularism
indifferance to or rejection of religion
Simony
buying or selling a church office
Single Point Perspective
an art technique invented in the renaissance to presume a point in which all else moves towards the vanishing points
Theocracy
government of immediate divine guidence or by officals who are divinely guided
Tithe
to pay 1/10 of one's income to church
Usury
intrest, lending of $ with an intrest rate for its use
Utopian
being perfect, impossibly ideal confiction, especially in a social organization, visionary