John Arthur Ruskin Munro

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John Arthur Ruskin Munro (1864–1944) was the Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford.[1]

"Basilica A" in Doclea (Prevalis) from the sixth century

J. A. R. Munro was the son of the Pre-Raphaelite sculptor Alexander Munro.[2] He was educated at Charterhouse School in southern England, as was his younger brother Henry Acland Munro.[3]

Munro left artworks to the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.[4]

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Academic offices
Preceded by
William Walter Merry
Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford
1919–1944
Succeeded by
Keith Anderson Hope Murray