{"content":{"id":1024,"title":"The New Cambridge Medieval History III - Ed. Timothy Reuter","body":"\u003cul\u003e\r\n\u003cli\u003e\r\nMore consistent than the previous two. And I really liked how the thematic chapters were put before the narrative chapters.\r\n\u003c/li\u003e\r\n\u003cli\u003e\r\nThis is one of the most interesting periods of papal history, and I was curious to see what the experts had to say. In fact, the papacy is mostly ignored and only danced around when it is mentioned.\r\n\u003c/li\u003e\r\n\u003cli\u003e\r\nEngland is in the section on post-Carolingian Europe. I'm sure they were trying to make some cheeky point, but they either forgot to mention it or else it was so insignificant that it slipped my mind.\r\n\u003c/li\u003e\r\n\u003cli\u003e\r\nAlthough well-covered in previous books, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland seem to almost completely vanish from existence.\r\n\u003c/li\u003e\r\n\u003c/ul\u003e","publication_date":"2019-12-05T00:00:00.000Z","created_at":"2019-11-06T02:30:53.000Z","updated_at":"2019-12-05T00:08:48.000Z","user_id":1,"rating":3},"tags":"\u003ca class=\"changeable-title\" href=\"/q?tag=reviews\"\u003ereviews\u003c/a\u003e \u003ca class=\"changeable-title\" href=\"/q?tag=books\"\u003ebooks\u003c/a\u003e \u003ca class=\"changeable-title\" href=\"/q?tag=middle_ages\"\u003emiddle_ages\u003c/a\u003e \u003ca class=\"changeable-title\" href=\"/q?tag=tenth_century\"\u003etenth_century\u003c/a\u003e \u003ca class=\"changeable-title\" href=\"/q?tag=eleventh_century\"\u003eeleventh_century\u003c/a\u003e \u003ca class=\"changeable-title\" href=\"/q?tag=cambridge_histories\"\u003ecambridge_histories\u003c/a\u003e"}

The New Cambridge Medieval History III - Ed. Timothy Reuter

  • More consistent than the previous two. And I really liked how the thematic chapters were put before the narrative chapters.
  • This is one of the most interesting periods of papal history, and I was curious to see what the experts had to say. In fact, the papacy is mostly ignored and only danced around when it is mentioned.
  • England is in the section on post-Carolingian Europe. I'm sure they were trying to make some cheeky point, but they either forgot to mention it or else it was so insignificant that it slipped my mind.
  • Although well-covered in previous books, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland seem to almost completely vanish from existence.