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Books:


The Archaeology of Imperial LandscapesDüring B.S. & T.D. Stek eds. (2018), The Archaeology of Imperial Landscapes. A Comparative Study of Empires in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Roman Republican ColonizationStek T.D. & J. Pelgrom eds. (2015), Roman Republican Colonization. New perspectives from archaeology and ancient history. (Papers of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome 62), Rome: Palombi Editori.

 

BICS_Impact_of_RomeStek T.D. & G.J. Burgers eds. (2015), The impact of Rome on cult places and religious practices in ancient Italy. (BICS Supplement 132), London: Institute of Classical Studies.

 

Cult Places and Cultural ChangeStek T.D. (2009), Cult places and cultural change in Republican Italy. A contextual approach to religious aspects of rural society after the Roman conquest. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.



 


Articles:



 

JAHTermeer M.K. (2016), ‘Roman colonial coinages beyond the city-state: a view from the Samnite world.’ In: Journal of Ancient History 4.2 – 2016, pp. 158-190.

 

Boos & Maschek 2016Termeer M.K. (2016), ‘Votives in Latin colonies: a perspective beyond ‘religious romanization’.’ In: M. Bolder-Boos & D. Maschek (eds.) 2016, Orte der Forschung, Orte des Glaubens: Neue Perspektiven für Heiligtümer in Italien von der Archaik bis zur Späten Republik, Dr. Rudolf Hagelt GmbH, Bonn, pp. 117-127.

 

PercorsiRomanizzazioneStek T.D. (2016), ‘Romanizzazione religiosa’ tra modello poliadico e processi culturali. Dalla destrutturazione postcoloniale a nuove prospettive sull’impatto della conquista romana.’ In: in: Aberson, M. et al. (eds.) 2016, L’Italia centrale e la creazione di una koiné culturale? I percorsi della ‘romanizzazione’, Bern, pp. 291-306.

 

ArcheoMoliseStek T.D., J. Pelgrom, A. Casarotto, J. García Sánchez, L.C. Götz, A.C. Hamel, K. Iannantuono, R.A.A. Kalkers, M.K. Termeer & J. Waagen (2016), ‘Santuari, villaggi, centri fortificati e prima urbanizzazione tra sanniti e romani.’ In: ArcheoMolise 26 – 2016, pp. 24-39.


 

JFACasarotto, A, J. Pelgrom & T.D. Stek (2016), ‘Testing settlement models in the early Roman colonial landscapes of Venusia (291 B.C.), Cosa (273 B.C.) and Aesernia (263 B.C.).’ In: Journal of Field Archaeology, volume 41 – 2016, issue 5, pp. 568-586.

 

JCHStek T.D. (2016), ‘Drones over Mediterranean landscapes. The potential of small UAV’s (drones) for site detection and heritage management in archaeological survey projects: A case study from Le Pianelle in the Tappino Valley, Molise (Italy).’ In: Journal of Cultural Heritage.

 

Analysis Archeologica 1Stek T.D., E.B. Modrall, R.A.A. Kalkers, R.H. van Otterloo & J. Sevink (2015), ‘An early Roman colonial landscape in the Apennine mountains: landscape archaeological research in the territory of Aesernia (Central-Southern Italy).’ In: Analysis Archaeologica 1, pp. 229-291.

 

OJAStek T.D. (2015), ‘The Importance of Rural Sanctuaries in Structuring Non-Urban Society in Ancient Samnium: Approaches from Architecture and Landscape.’ In: Oxford Journal of Archaeology 34.4, pp. 397-406.

 

Agri Centuriati 11Pelgrom J., M.-L. Marchi, G. Cantoro, A. Casarotto, A. Hamel, L. Lecce, J. García Sánchez & T.D. Stek (2015), ‘New approaches to the study of village sites in the territory of Venosa in the Classical and Hellenistic periods.’ In: Agri Centuriati 11, pp.31-59.

 

Roselaar2015Termeer, M.K. 2015, ‘Minting Apart Together: bronze coinage production in Campania and beyond in the third century BC.’ In: S. Roselaar (ed.), Processes of Cultural Change and Integration in the Roman World, Leiden: Brill, pp. 58-77.

 

Roman Republican ColonizationStek T.D. (2015), ‘The city-state model and Roman Republican colonization: sacred landscapes as a proxy for colonial socio-political organisation.’ In: Stek T.D. & J. Pelgrom eds. (2015), Roman Republican Colonization. New perspectives from archaeology and ancient history. (Papers of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome 62),                     Rome: Palombi Editori, pp. 87-105.

 

Roman Republican ColonizationPelgrom J. (2015), ‘Roman colonization and the city-state model.’ In: Roman Republican Colonization. New perspectives from archaeology and ancient history. (Papers of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome 62), Rome: Palombi Editori, pp. 73-86.

 

Roman Republican ColonizationPelgrom J. & T.D. Stek (2015), ‘Roman Colonization under the Republic: historiographical contextualisation of a paradigm.’ In: Stek T.D. & J. Pelgrom eds. (2015), Roman Republican Colonization. New perspectives from archaeology and ancient history. (Papers of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome 62), Rome: Palombi Editori,                     pp. 11-41.

 

BICS_Impact_of_Rome Stek T.D. (2015), ‘Cult, conquest and religious Romanization. The impact of Rome on cult places and religious practices in Italy.’ In: Stek T.D. & G.J. Burgers eds. (2015), The impact of Rome on cult places and religious practices in ancient Italy. (BICS Supplement 132), London: Institute of Classical Studies, pp. 1-28.

 

ARD21_01Stek T.D. (2014), ‘Roman imperialism, globalization and Romanization in early Roman Italy. Research questions in archaeology and ancient history.’ In: ArchDial 21.1. pp. 30-40.

 

FormaUrbisStek T.D. (2014), ‘Paesaggi coloniali romani: un nuovo progetto per la prima colonizzazione romana in Italia.’ In: Forma Urbis XIX.9, pp. 35-37.

 

JW_blackwell_VERTStek T.D. (2014), ‘Monumental Architecture of Non-Urban Cult Places in Roman Italy.’ In: C. Quenemoen & R. Ulrich (eds.), Blackwell Companion to Roman Architecture, Malden MA: Blackwell, pp. 228-247.

 

JFAWaagen J. (2014), ‘Evaluating background noise: Assessing off-site data from field surveys around the Italic sanctuary of S. Giovanni in Galdo, Molise, Italy.’ In: Journal of Field Archaeology 39-4, pp. 417-429.

 

CAA2012Waagen, J., N. De Reus & R.A.A. Kalkers (2014), ‘OpenArchaeoSurvey, or ‘Being Educated by the Digital Fieldwork Assistant.’ In: Earl, G. et al. (eds.), Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, digital proceedings 2012, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 37-47.

 

JW_blackwell_VERTStek T.D. (2013), ‘Material culture, Italic identities and the Romanization of Italy.’ In: DeRose Evans J. (ed.) Blackwell Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman Republican Period, Malden MA: Blackwell, pp. 337-353.

 

.Stek T.D. (2013), ‘Questions of cult and continuity in late Republican Roman Italy: ‘Italic’ or ‘Roman’ sanctuaries and the so-called pagus-vicus system.’ In: M. Jehne, B. Linke & J. Rüpke (eds.), Religiöse Vielfalt und soziale Integration, Heidelberg: Verlag Antike, pp. 137-162.

 

Layout 1Pelgrom J. (2013), ‘Population density in mid-Republican Latin colonies: a comparison between text-based population estimates and the results from survey archaeology.’ In: Atlante Tematico di Topografia Antica 23, pp. 73-84.

 

TMAStek T.D. & J. Pelgrom (2013), ‘Landscapes of Early Roman Colonization: Non-urban settlement organization and Roman expansion in the Roman Republic (4th-1st centuries BC)’. In: TMA 50. p. 87.



 


Book reviews:



 

Russell2016Termeer M.K. (2016), Review of A. Russell, The Politics of Public Space in Republican Rome. In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2016.09.30.

 

Richardson2013Stek T.D. (2015), Review of A. Richardson (2013), In Search of the Samnites: Adornment and Identity in Archaic Central Italy, 750–350 B.C.. In: Journal of Roman Studies 105, pp. 330-331.

 

Lacam2010Stek T.D. (2012), Review of J.-C. Lacam (2010), Variations rituelles: les pratiques religieuses en Italie centrale et méridionale au temps de la deuxième guerre punique. In: Journal of Roman studies 102, pp. 345-346.

 

DeGrummond&Edlund-Berry2011Stek T.D. (2012), Review of N.T. de Grummond & I. Edlund-Berry (eds.) (2011), The Archaeology of Sanctuaries and Ritual in Etruria. JRA Supplementary series 81. In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2012.04.42.

 


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