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July 4, 2019
I literally found out Chris died this very moment, while trying to find a contact address to congratulate him on his series of brilliant papers on the subject intercalation in the Roman calendars. He was a truly outstanding and inspiring scholar and the world is so much poorer for his loss.
December 10, 2018
I realise this is very late in the piece, but I only just discovered that Chris died four years ago. I am very sorry to hear this. I hope his passing was peaceful. We corresponded for some years on the issues of Greek and Roman calendars he mentions me in the Acknowledgements of his fine book, 'Alexandria and the Moon' and I valued his judgements.
Robert Hannah, Mosgiel, New Zealand.
December 20, 2014
I knew almost nothing about this amazing scholar, except the information that could be gleaned from the home page of his remarkable site about the genealogy of the Ptolemy dynasty, and his papers uploaded at academia.edu. One of his striking comments was instrumental in my plotting of Raiders of the Nile, as can be read in the Author's Note at the end of that novel. Hail and farewell, Chris Bennett! His site: http://www.tyndalehouse.com/egypt/index.htm
February 17, 2014
Chris was such a smart person, a true gentleman, and Anne's perfect soulmate. I remember how excited Anne was the first time she went out with him and discovered he was an Egyptologist because her father had been one too, so it seemed like a sign that they were meant to be. I also remember how long it took Chris to make the first move with Anne. I believe it was a few months. Of course, once he did, they never looked back.

I am very sorry for your loss, Anne.

My cell phone number is 415 218 0826 and my email is [email protected]
I hope we can be in touch.

Love, Susan xx
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