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ASSEMBLY
REFORMATION
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
FRENCH SOCIETY
NOBILITY
CLERGY
THIRD ESTATE
FIRST ESTATE
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Definitions

  1. First Estate is a project begun by Daniel Owen.
  2. The first Estate, the Nobility dominated both the 4 Estates of the Riksdag, the Parliament and the Senate. (Web site)
  3. The first Estate was the lay and ecclesiastic aristocracy, ethnically heterogeneous, but undergoing a process of homogenization around its Hungarian nucleus.
  4. To the First Estate, the Border Collie breed is what it does: a dog that herds sheep with eye.

Assembly

  1. August 4, 1789 the Assembly abolished feudalism, abolishing both the seigneurial rights of the Second Estate and the tithes gathered by the First Estate. (Web site)
  2. At the end of the assembly, the First Estate (the clergy) chose him to deliver the address enumerating its petitions and decisions.

Reformation

  1. Until the reformation the clergy was the first estate but was relegated to the secular estate in the Protestant north Europe. (Web site)

National Assembly

  1. Over the next week, most of the First Estate (and some of the Second) joined the National Assembly; on June 27 the king ordered the rest to follow. (Web site)

French Society

  1. During the Middle Ages and the ancien régime, the Catholic clergy formed the First Estate in the French society of orders. (Web site)

Nobility

  1. The House of Nobility, the first estate, served as an official representation for the nobility, and as the highest one of the four estates of the diet. (Web site)

Clergy

  1. First estate included the group of all clergy, that is, members of the higher clergy, as the lower clergy. (Web site)
  2. The First Estate (the clergy) and the Second Estate together represented only 2 percent of France's national population. (Web site)

Third Estate

  1. The social structure of France was divided among three groups: the First Estate, the Second Estate, and the Third Estate. (Web site)

First Estate

  1. Note one contrast between the French and British systems: the lower clergy in France were part of the First Estate, but in Britain they were commoners. (Web site)
  2. Furthermore, mere priests (curs) could serve as deputies for the First Estate, and Protestants could be deputed to the Third Estate. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Third Estate
  2. Information > Reference > Titles > Clergy
  3. Commoners
  4. French Society
  5. Deputies
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