A system where nobles were given land from their king
feudalism
Human potential and acheviements
humanism
Kings and Queens have a god given right to rule
divine right
Religon should not be apart of goverment
secularism
A organization of people with common interests
Guild system
A spread of cultural beliefs and social activities from on group to another
cultural diffusion
The king has the legal and econmic power
manorialism
Hunting and gathering to agricultural practice
neolithic revolution
Medevial military expedition
crusades
A religous reform that divided the Roman Catholic Church
protestantreform
The belief in one god
monotheism
Roman and Greek culture
Classical culture
Johann Guttenburg's invention that made learning easier becuase papper was made faster
printing press
The admionistrative deparments of a goverment-especally those in which employees are hired on the basis of their scores or examination
civil service system
Refers to a period of cultural and biological exchanges between the old and the new world
columbian exchange
Beliefs in many gods
polytheism
Evaluation of other cultures to preconceptions originating in standards and customs of one's own culture
Ethnocentrism
An anicent network of trade routes that were central to cultural interaction
silk road
The cultural rebirth that occured in Europe
Renaissance
A system of government in which preist rule in the name of god
theocracy