Fiona Keating studied ancient history at University College London. She has continued her studies in the ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman world at City Lit adult education centre in London.
She has been a journalist and editor for over twenty years, having worked at the Independent, the Guardian and International Business Times. Fiona has written extensively on ancient history, recent discoveries and finds from the ancient world as well as features on the use of new technology in archaeology. Her favourite places in the world are Pompeii and Herculaneum.
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