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French Revolution

A fortress in Eastern Paris, constructed in the 14th century.
a small but influential class in 18th century French society, comprising all members of the Catholic clergy.
An annual payment by a tenant to the seignior or lord, in recognition of his superiority.
A label applied to a loose grouping of republican politicians.
Leader in the French Revolution; assassinated by Charlotte Corday d'Armont
A machine with a heavy blade used for beheading people.
A recently ennobled commoner.
First emperor of France
The governing five-member committee in the French First Republic.
December 1793 Desmoulins and Danton had become leaders of a moderate faction—called the.
The ruling house of France to 1792.
A place built in the 17th century for Louis xvI southwest of Paris.
Coffee in French.
Unpopular queen of France that helped provoke the popular unrest that led to the French Revolution and to the overthrow of the monarchy in August 1792.
Derived from the cockade of France used during the French Revolution.
An influential political club associated with a period of violence during the French Revolution called "the Terror."
Wealthy middle class of France.
Provincial nobles with lesser titles and smaller land holdings were called.
The eldest son of the King of France.
A poll tax or tax by head.