4. Bibliography

Resources listed in standard APA format

Alic, Margaret (1986). Hypatia’s Heritage: A history of women in science from antiquity to the late nineteenth century (page 24). Boston, MA: Beacon Press.

Deakin, Michael A. B. (1995). The Primary Sources for the Life and Work of Hypatia of Alexandria. History of Mathematics Paper 63.
Clayton, Australia: Monash University.

Deakin, Michael A. B. (March 1994). Hypatia and Her Mathematics. American Mathematical Monthly Volume 101, Number 3 (pp. 234–243). University of Texas, Austin, TX.

FitzGerald, A. (1926), The Letters of Synesius of Cyrene. London: Oxford University Press.

Fuller, Jim (2000), Making and Using a Hydrometer. Jim Fuller’s Resource Site. Western Australia, Australia: jfuller EDUCATIONAL.

Holmes, Lee (2002). Hypatia, a Victim of Bogotry. Atheist Foundation of Australia. Matiland, South Australia, Australia.

Justice, Faith L. (2000). The Lady Philosopher of Alexandria. Excerpt Selene of Alexandria. Faith L. Justice’s Homepage. USA.

Lunk, Tiffany and Sasha Velez (2000). Biographies of Mathemeticians: Hypatia [student presentation]. Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University.

Morrison, James E. (year unknown) Astrolabe History. Rehoboth Beach, DE.

O’Brian, Alexandra (2000). Egyptian women in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt: the economic and legal activities of women in demotic texts. University of Chicago.

Vare, Ethlie Ann and Greg Ptacek (1988) Mothers of Invention: Female Inventors: Hypatia of Alexandria; A Martyr to Feminine Intellect. (pp. 24-26). Glendale, CA, Inventors Assistance League.

Resources listed in my preferred method

Can I be so bold as to change the world of research by recommending we list bibliographic material this way when documented in web pages (alphabetical by title, using the definition list tags that html provides):

Astrolabe History.
Morrison, James E. (year unknown) Rehoboth Beach, DE.
Biographies of Mathemeticians: Hypatia
Lunk, Tiffany and Sasha Velez (2000). [student presentation]. Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University.
Hypatia of Alexandria; A Martyr to Feminine Intellect.
Vare, Ethlie Ann and Greg Ptacek (1988). Mothers of Invention: Female Inventors: (pp. 24-26). Glendale, CA, Inventors Assistance League.
Hypatia, a Victim of Bogotry.
Holmes, Lee (2002). Atheist Foundation of Australia. Matiland, South Australia, Australia.
Hypatia and Her Mathematics.
Deakin, Michael A. B. (March 1994). American Mathematical Monthly Volume 101, Number 3 (pp. 234–243). University of Texas, Austin, TX.
Hypatia’s Heritage: A history of women in science from antiquity to the late nineteenth century
Alic, Margaret (1986). (page 24). Boston, MA: Beacon Press.
The Letters of Synesius of Cyrene.
FitzGerald, A. (1926), London: Oxford University Press.
Making and Using a Hydrometer.
Fuller, Jim (2000), Jim Fuller’s Resource Site. Western Australia, Australia: jfuller EDUCATIONAL.
The Primary Sources for the Life and Work of Hypatia of Alexandria.
Deakin, Michael A. B. (1995). History of Mathematics Paper 63. Clayton, Australia: Monash University.
The Lady Philosopher of Alexandria
Justice, Faith L. (2000). Excerpt Selene of Alexandria. Faith L. Justice’s Homepage. USA.

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