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Hypatia (c. 370–415), was Greek scholar and philosopher considered the first notable woman in mathematics.
Hypatia may also refer to:
- Hypatia (novel) by Charles Kingsley
- Hypatia, a character based on Hypatia of Alexandria in the series The Heirs of Alexandria by Mercedes Lackey, Eric Flint and Dave Freer
- Hypatia, a character based on Hypatia of Alexandria in the novel Baudolino by Umberto Eco
- Hypatia, the main character in the 2009 film Agora, played by Rachel Weisz
- Hypatia, a 1720 work by John Toland
- Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, a scholarly publication for research in feminism and philosophy
- Hypatia (planet) or iota Draconis b, an exoplanet
- Hypatia (crater), a feature of the Moon
- 238 Hypatia, a C-type main belt asteroid
- Hypatia (moth), a genus of moth in the family Arctiidae
- Hypatia Sans an Adobe font created in 2002
- Hyapatia Lee, actress
- Hypatia (stone), a small stone, specimen of a comet nucleus
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