Cramer, John Anthony

Cramer, John Anthony an English philologist of German extraction, was born in 1793 at Mitloedi. in the canton of Glarus, studied in England, and was in 1822 preacher at Binsey, in Oxfordshire. In 1831 he was made principal at New Inn Hall, Oxford, was in 1842 professor of history at Oxford University, and died at Brighton, August 24, 1848. He is best known as the author of Anecdota

Graeca Codicum Manuscriptorum Bibliotheae Oxoniensis (Oxford, 1834- 37,4 volumes): — Anecdota Gracae Codicibus Manuscriptis Bibliotheae Regiae Parisiensis (ibid. 1839-41, 4 volumes): — Catenae Graecorum Patrum in Nolum Testamentum (ibid. eod. 7 volumes): — Study of Modern History (ibid. 1843). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v. (B.P.)

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