Klingler, Antonius a German Reformed theologian, was born at Zurich, Switzerland, Aug. 2,1649; was educated at several of the most celebrated German universities; and became doctor theologiae in 1677, and professor at the gymnasium at Hanau in the same year. In 1680 he was offered a professorship at the University of Groningen, but he declined this honor in favor of a pastorate in his native place. He died there in August, 1713.
Klingler published several theological works, of which his best is Bella Jehovce. See Allgemeines Hist. Lexikon, 3:38.