Alice Bennett

Alice Bennett
Alice has a BA in Ancient History and an MSt in Late Antique and Byzantine studies from the University of Oxford. She is a contributing writer and editor and is particularly passionate about the promotion and protection of historical and archaeological knowledge. In her spare time, she can be found wandering the woods or lurking around ancient monuments, taking photographs.

The God Hermes: The Roman obsession with the Egyptian God Thoth

  The Romans came to believe that the god Hermes was responsible for all human knowledge, based on what they knew about the Egyptian god...

10 Reasons The Ancient City Of Alexandria Was An Intellectual Powerhouse

  The foundation of the city of ancient Alexandria was one of Alexander the Great’s most enduring legacies. A strategic masterstroke, he placed the city...

Emperor Diocletian: The Genius Who Saved the Roman Empire

  Diocletian was a formidable emperor who ended a period of turmoil for the Roman world. Known as a great reformer with a harsh personality,...