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Hypatia (born c. –; died AD) was a Hellenistic Neoplatonist philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician, who lived in Alexandria, Egypt, then part of the Eastern Roman Empire. She was a prominent thinker of the Neoplatonic school in Alexandria, where she taught philosophy and astronomy. Hypatia (crater) - Hypatia - Hypatia (disambiguation) - Parabalani. Hypatia was the daughter of Theon of Alexandria, himself a mathematician and astronomer and the last attested member of the Alexandrian Museum (see Researcher's Note: Hypatia's birth date). The Story Of Hypatia, An Ancient Greek Intellectual Killed For Her Beliefs. One of the few women in Ancient Greek academe, Hypatia of Alexandria was a true sight to behold. People primarily remember Hypatia of Alexandria, martyr of female intellectuals and tragic heroine, for two.
Hypatia was the daughter of the mathematician and philosopher Theon of Alexandria and it is fairly certain that she studied mathematics under the guidance and instruction of her father. It is rather remarkable that Hypatia became head of the Platonist school at Alexandria in about AD. Hypatia of Alexandria (c. CE - March CE) was a female philosopher and mathematician, born in Alexandria, Egypt possibly in CE (although some. On the streets of Alexandria, Egypt, a mob led by Peter the Lector brutally murdered Hypatia, one of the last great thinkers of ancient Alexandria.
Lived c. - AD Hypatia was one of the most eminent mathematicians and astronomers of late antiquity. Scholars traveled from around. An astronomer, mathematician, philosopher, and active public figure, Hypatia played a leading role in Alexandrian civic affairs. Her public. 8 Nov - 3 min - Uploaded by On the Shoulders of Giants On the Shoulders of Giants: Hypatia of Alexandria Born in AD as the daughter of Theon, a.