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(c. 360 – 415)

Alexandrine Neoplatonist philosopher (daughter of Theon) and first well-documented woman mathematician; as head of the Alexandria Platonist school, she also taught both philosophy and astronomy


Letters to Hypatia[edit]

Works about Hypatia[edit]

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