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- The Rococo art of ancient Palmyra came as a revelation, through engravings in Robert Wood's The Ruins of Palmyra.
Robert Wood may refer to:
- Robert Coldwell Wood (1923–2005), American political scientist and academic
- Robert E. Wood (painter) (b. 1971), Canadian landscape artist
- Robert E. Wood (1879–1969), American soldier and businessman
- Robert J. Wood (1905–1986), U.S. Army general
- Robert S. Wood (b. 1936), American academic and former leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Robert W. Wood (1868–1955), American physicist and writer
- Robert William Wood (1889–1979), American landscape artist
- Robert Wood (artist), accused and acquitted of the Camden Town murder
- Robert Wood (Australian politician) (b. 1949), senator for New South Wales
- Robert Wood (engraver) (1717–1771), English civil servant and politician
- Robert Wood (psychologist and writer) (b. 1941), British psychologist and writer
- Robert Wood (rugby), Robert "Bob" Wood, rugby union footballer of the 1890s for England, and Liversedge
- Robert Wood (timber merchant) (1792–1847), Canadian timber merchant who claimed to be the son of Prince Edward Augustus of the U.K.
- Bobby Wood, American footballer of the 1940s for Chicago Cardinals, and Green Bay Packers
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