John Devitt Stringfellow Pendlebury (12 October 1904 – 22 May 1941) was a British archaeologist who worked for British intelligence during World War II. He was captured and summarily executed by German troops during the Battle of Crete.
Books in order of publication:
- Aegyptiaca. A Catalogue of Egyptian objects in the Aegean area. Cambridge University Press. 1930
- Archaeologica quaedam. Oxford: Classical Association. 1932
- A handbook to the palace of Minos at Knossos with Its Dependencies. London: Macmillan & Co. Limited. 1933
- A Guide to the Stratigraphical Museum in the Palace at Knossos. London: British School at Athens. 1933
- Journeys in Crete, Money-Coutts, M.; Eccles, E. (1935).
- Athens: British School at Athens. 1934
- Tell el-Amarna. London: L. Dickson & Thompson. 1935
- The archaeology of Crete: an introduction. Methuen’s Handbooks of Archaeology. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd. 1939
- John Pendlebury in Crete. Cambridge: University Press. (Published privately after Pendlebury’s death – with appreciations by Nicholas Hammond and Tom Dunbabin). 1948