Hypatia

Hypatia, a far-famed lady teacher of Greek philosophy in Alexandria, distinguished for her beauty and purity of life, who, one day in 415, on her return home from her lecture-room, was massacred in the streets of the city, at the instance, of both Jews and Christians, as a propagator of paganism.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Hymettus * Hyperboreans
Huxley, Thomas Henry
Huygens, Christian
Hydaspes
Hyder Ali
Hyderabad
Hydra, The Lernean
Hygeia
Hymen
Hymer
Hymettus
Hypatia
Hyperboreans
Hypermnestra
Hypnotism
Hyrcania
Hyrcanus, John
Iachimo
Iachus
Iago
Iamblichus
Iambus