Olivier Hekster - Selected Publications#

Hekster, O.J., Betjes, S., Heijnen, S., Iannantuono, K, Manders. E.E.J & Syrbe, D. (2019), ‘Accommodating Political Change under the Tetrarchy (293 – 306)’, Klio 101, 610-639

Hekster, O.J. (2017), ‘Religion and Tradition in the Roman Empire: Faces of Power and Anchoring Change’, Journal of Ancient Civilizations 32, 13-34

Hekster, O.J. (2016). ‘The Size of History: Coincidence, Counterfactuality and Questions of Scale in History’, in N.P. Landsman/ E.J. van Wolde (eds.), The Challenge of Chance: A Multidisciplinary Approach from Science and the Humanities. (pp. 215-232) New York: Springer

Hekster, O.J. (2015), Emperors and ancestors: Roman Rulers and the Constraints of Tradition (Oxford Studies in Ancient Culture and Representation). Oxford; Oxford University Press.

Hekster, O.J., Manders, E.E.J. & Slootjes, D. (2014). Making history with coins: Nero from a numismatic perspective. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 45 (1), 25-37.

Hekster, O.J. (2014). Son of two fathers? Trajan and the adoption of emperorship in the Roman Empire. The History of the Family, 19 (3), 380-392

Hekster, O.J. (2010), Trophy kings and Roman power: a Roman perspective on client kingdoms. In T. Kaizer & M. Facella (Eds.), Client kingdoms in the Roman Near East. (pp. 45-55). Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag.

Hekster, O.J. (2009). Romeinse keizers. De macht van het imago. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker.

Hekster, O.J., Schmidt-Hofner, S. & Witschel, C. (Eds.). (2009). Ritual Dynamics and Religious Change in the Roman Empire. Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Impact of Empire, 9). Leiden/Boston: Brill.

Hekster, O.J. (2008). Rome and Its Empire, AD 193-284. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Hekster, O.J. & Rich, J.W. (2006). Octavian and the thunderbolt: The temple of Apollo Palatinus and the Roman tradition of temple building. The Classical Quarterly, 56(01), 149-168.

Hekster, O.J. & Fowler, R. (Eds.). (2005). Imaginary kings. Royal Images in the Ancient Near East, Greece and Rome (Oriens et Occidens, 11). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.

Hekster, O.J. (2003). Coins and messages. Audience targeting on coins of different denominations? In L. de Blois et al. (Eds.), Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power (pp. 20-35). Amsterdam: Gieben.

Hekster, O.J. (2002). Commodus: An Emperor at the Crossroads. Amsterdam: Gieben.

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