Chapter 13 Gothic Europe

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Unformatted text preview: in
the
12th
to
14th
centuries.

 guild

 An
association
of
merchants,
craftspersons,
or
scholars
in
medieval
and
Renaissance
 Europe.

 indulgence

 A
pardon
for
a
sin
committed.

 lancet

 In
Gothic
architecture,
a
tall
narrow
window
ending
in
a
pointed
arch.

 leading

 In
the
manufacture
of
stained‐glass
windows,
the
joining
of
colored
glass
pieces
 using
lead
cames.

 lux
nova

 Latin,
"new
light."
Abbot
Suger's
term
for
the
light
that
enters
a
Gothic
church
 through
stained‐glass
windows.

 mendicants

 In
medieval
Europe,
friars
belonging
to
the
Franciscan
and
Dominican
orders,
who
 renounced
all
worldly
goods,
lived
by
contributions
of
laypersons
(the
word
 mendicant
means
"beggar"),
and
devoted
themselves
to
preaching,
teaching,
and
 doing
good
works.

 moralized
 Bible

 A
heavily...
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