Hypatia: Her Life and Times
by Faith L. Justice
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 58
Hypatia has been the subject of much mythmaking through the centuries. She's the subject of poetry, plays, novels and movies. These articles pull back the curtain and let the reader see the real Hypatia. She needs no embellishments to her story to take her place in history as a remarkable woman.
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