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Cameron's 1867, photograph of Hypatia

Hypatia of Alexandria. (Greek: Ὑπατία)
Born between AD 350 and 370; died March 415
A Greek scholar from Alexandria, Egypt . Hypatia was the first woman to make a substantial contribution to the development of mathematics, also taught philosophy and astronomy.  She was murdered by a Christian mob who felt threatened by her scholarship, learning, and depth of scientific knowledge, blamed her for religious turmoil, she was a pagan.

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Hypatia – philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician