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HONOR SOCIETY
LUNAR CRATER
WRITTEN
FOURTH CENTURY
ASTROLABE
ALEXANDRIA
HYPATIA
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Definitions

  1. Hypatia was a Greek philosopher and the daughter of another philosopher, Theon of Alexandria, who taught her mathematics. (Web site)
  2. Hypatia was a mathematician, astronomer, and Platonic philosopher.
  3. Hypatia (crater), a lunar crater that lies along the northwest edge of Sinus Asperitatis, a bay on the southwest edge of Mare Tranquillitatis.
  4. Hypatia is the realization of that vision; it is intended to encourage and communicate many different kinds of feminist philosophy.
  5. This same Hypatia is a character in the novel " Baudolino " by Umberto Eco. (Web site)

Honor Society

  1. The honor society was named after Hypatia, the famous Greek female mathematician.

Lunar Crater

  1. Hypatia (crater), a lunar crater that lies along the northwest edge of Sinus Asperitatis, a bay on the southwest edge of Mare Tranquillitatis.

Written

  1. Hypatia (novel), written in 1853 by Charles Kingsley. (Web site)

Fourth Century

  1. Synesius of Cyrene, who studied under Hypatia at the end of the fourth century, saw the Mouseion and described the images of the philosophers in it.

Astrolabe

  1. Synesisus claims that he invented the astrolabe with the help of Hypatia, but this fact is disputed among historians. (Web site)

Alexandria

  1. Hypatia of Alexandria (?370–415), a neo-Platonic philosopher, mathematician, and teacher.

Hypatia

  1. Hypatia probably studied mathematics and astronomy under the tutelage of her father, Theon of Alexandria (fl. (Web site)
  2. Hypatia was a Greek philosopher and the daughter of another philosopher, Theon of Alexandria, who taught her mathematics. (Web site)
  3. Some historians credit the invention of the astrolabe to Hipparchus (2nd century BC), and some to Hypatia of Alexandria.

Categories

  1. Theon
  2. Alexandria
  3. Greek Philosopher
  4. Astrolabe
  5. Lunar Crater
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