Daniel, Hermann Adalbert

Daniel, Hermann Adalbert a Protestant theologian of Germany, was born at Kothen, November 18, 1812. He studied at Halle; was in 1843 assistant tutor at the school there; in 1844, inspector adjunctus, with the title of professor; and died at Leipsic, September 13, 1871. He published, Commentationis de Tatiano Apologeta Specimena (Halle, 1835): — Tatianus als Apologet (ibid. 1837): — Hymnologischer Bluthenstrauss. (ibid. 1840): — Theologische Controversen (ibid. 1843). But his main works, which have made his name known beyond the limits of his own country, are, Codex Liturgicus Ecclesiae Universae (Leipsic, 1847-55, 4 volumes; volume 1, Codex Litturgicus Ecclesiae Romano-Catholicae, 1847; volume 2, Cod. Lit. Ecclesiae Luthenranae, 1848; volume 3, Cod. Lit. Ecclesie Reformae afque Anglicanae, 1851; volume 4, Cod. Lit. Ecclesiae Orientalis, 1855): — Thesanurlus Hymnologicus (Halle, 1841-46, 5 volumes). See Zuchold, Bibl. Theol. 1:258. (B.P.)

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