None of Hypatia's works survived.
Hypatia was best known for her contribution to mathematics.
She was able to make astrolabes for people.
Math & astronomy.
She was known for mathematics, philosophy, and astronomy in ancient Egypt.
Hypatia was a female scholar who lived in the city of Alexandria. She was violently killed (flayed alive and then burned) by a Christian mob because they believed her to be a witch/pagan. So you might say her contribution was dying?
Hypatia lived in Alexandria
Hypatia remained unmarried.
Hypatia was the first female astronomer.
Hypatia's father was Thoen of Alexandria. We do not really who was Hypatia's mother.
Hypatia helped the bishop Synesius of Cyrene to construct an improved version of the astrolabe. The astrolabe is an instrument used to measure the position of the Sun and stars. Follow the link below to read a letter about the astrolabe, written by Synesius.
Hypatia got mudred by Bishop Cyril.