Definition of Hypatia in English:

Hypatia

Syllabification: Hy·pa·tia
Pronunciation: /hīˈpāSHə, -patēə
 
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( Circa 370–415), Greek philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician. She was the head of the Neoplatonist school in Alexandria and was famous for her eloquence and learning. She was murdered by a mob of Christians incited by Cyril, the bishop of Alexandria.

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