religious symbols by medieval Christians Hindus and Buddhists

For this assessment complete the following:Additional RequirementsPERSONAL SIGNIFICANCE-should be used to compile listThe four card sort exercises in this course are designed to help you discover and prioritize expressions of the humanities that have special significance for you. The items in these activities present a variety of things from the historical periods we’ve been studying together. As youa this exercise try not to think about what you think you should choose. Reflecting and choosing honestly will help you to gather the most meaningful information. Revelation-Divine disclosure of sacred knowledge Ritual-Repeated activity intended to evoke religious feeling Supernatural-Experience of reality that transcends observations of the natural world Judaism-Monotheistic religion of the Hebrew nation Covenant-Contractual agreement between a community and their deity Canon-Body of literature selected as religious scripture Buddhism-Belief in self-renunciation as a method of escaping human suffering Siddhartha Gautama-Indian prince who sought enlightenment Christianity-Religion founded on the life and teachings of Jesus Paul-Developed a theological structure for Christianity Monasticism-Ascetic withdrawal from the secular world Islam-Religion focused on the relationship between a community and Allah Muhammad-Arab merchant whose teachings form the basis for Islam Qur’an-Islamic scripture of the teachings of Muhammad Beowulf-Epic poem in vernacular Old English Charlemagne-Frankish king who established the Holy Roman Empire Feudalism-Medieval economic structure with serfs and nobles Norman conquest-French invasion of Anglo-Saxon England Church and state-Medieval coordination of religious and secular interests Polyphony-Musical performance with multiple melodic lines Romanesque and Gothic-Medieval styles of Christian architecture Dante-Italian author of an account of the afterlife in the Divine Comedy Francis of Assisi-Early humanist who founded an order of mendicant friars Porcelain-Translucent ceramic ware perfected by the Chinese Iconography-Use of religious symbols by medieval Christians Hindus and Buddhists