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William Palmer (1811–1879)

Palmer, William. An English theologian and archæologist; born at Mixbury in Oxfordshire, July 12, 1811; died at Rome, April 4, 1879. He was a clergyman of the Established Church, but seceded to Rome in 1855. Among his works are: ‘Short Poems and Hymns’ (1843); ‘Remarks on the Turkish Question’ (1858); ‘Introduction to Early Christian Symbolism’ (1859); ‘Egyptian Chronicles’ (1861); ‘Commentary on the Book of Daniel’ (1874).