Manuel Alejandro RODRÍGUEZ DE LA PEÑA
The Cultural Power of Medieval Monarchy: Political Ideology, Court Cultural, and Patronage of Learning in the royal courts of Europe (1000-1300)
Londres, Routledge, 408 págs.
- Sapiential rulership in the Carolingian Renaissance and its Anglo-Saxon and Ottonian continuators (c. 800-1000)
- The Salian Reich and Frontier Europe: the reception of sapiential sacral rulership around the Year Thousand.
- The King as miles literatus: Literacy, knighthood, and Feudal rulership:
- The Twelfth-Century Renaissance: Culture and Statecraft.
- The Clerk King: Administrative kingship and royal knowledge in the Norman kingdoms and Capetian France (c. 1050-1250).
- The Hohenstaufen Emperors: Empire and Wisdom in the Twelfth Century.
- Two Philosopher-Kings in the Thirteenth Century: Frederick II of Sicily and Alfonso X of Castile.