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|Dates: ||1855, 9 June - 1941, 19 August|
|Born: ||Germany, Niesky|
|Died: ||Germany, Herrnhut|
|Active: ||Israel and Palestine|
German polymath, theologian and model maker who was fascinated by, and documented, the inhabitants, plants, animals and archaeology of The Holy Land with a particular emphasis on Jerusalem. The German Protestant Institute of Archaeology (DEIAHL) which was founded in 1900 with its aim being "the exploration of the Holy Land and its diverse past, cultures and religions" and Dalman was appointed its first director in 1902. He bought in lantern slides made by other photographers and took his own.
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