A Companion to Archaeology by John Bintliff. Read online, or download in secure PDF format A Companion to Archaeology features essays from 27 of the world’s leading authorities on different types of archaeology that aim to define the field and describe what it means to be an archaeologist. (2) Hyettos - John Bintliff The Leiden team completed the mapping of surface architecture remains at this ancient city, covering in all 38.68 hectares of ground on the Acropolis and in the Lower Town and around it. More than 500 locations were identified and mapped where significant pieces of an-
John of Leiden (born Johan Beukelszoon; 2 February 1509 – 22 January 1536) was a Dutch Anabaptist leader who moved to Münster, capital of the Prince-Bishopric of Münster, in 1533, where he became an influential prophet, turned the city into a millenarian Anabaptist theocracy, and proclaimed himself King of New Jerusalem in September 1534. John Bintliff Archeologie Faculteit, University of Leiden [email protected] with a comment by Julian Thomas and a reply by John Bintliff Abstract To the student of archaeology, the educated layperson, the academic lecturer and the practising professional field archaeologist, contemporary archaeology means something quite different.