If it be just that Peter should die, sir, see first whether it was not just that Hypatia should die.
She had "Plutarch's Lives" under her arm, and "Hypatia" in her hand.
While Hypatia was lecturing on Homer, the Christians were converting the world.
Something might be done for our Superintendent with the ghost of Hypatia!
Her talent, her learning, her eloquence astonished the people who thronged to hear young and fair Hypatia, daughter of Theo.
The handwriting was, like Hypatia's, graceful and self-conscious.
Later—Mr. Van Boodeler has joined the party; Hypatia has contrived to detach her brother.
She was Hypatia to him and he vowed that the churchmen should not deny her nor destroy her.
Hypatia drew herself up to her stateliest height, and returned no answer.
If they have cast off the vulgar herd, they have not cast off Hypatia.