John Bintliff is Professor of Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology at Leiden Universiteit. He studied archaeology and anthropology in Cambridge where he also received a Ph D with a thesis on the prehistory of human settlement in Greece. Before researching and teaching at Leiden Universiteit he was Lecturer at Bradford University and Durham University. Since 1978 he has been codirecting the Boeotia-project which investigates the origins of settlement in Central Greece.
|John Bintliff, "Spatial analysis of past built environment: houses and society in the Aegean from the Early Iron Age till the impact of Rome", in: Eleftheria Paliou, Undine Lieberwirth and Silvia Polla (Eds.), Spatial analysis and social spaces. Interdisciplinary approaches to the interpretation of prehistoric and historic built environments, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2014, 263–276|
|John Bintliff, "'The Immense Respiration of a Social Structure': An Integrated Approach to the Landscape Archaeology of the Mediterranean Lands", in: Landscape Archaeology Conference (LAC 2012), eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies, Special Volume 3 (2012), 1–9|