|Birth||26 February 1910|
|Death||17 November 2003 (aged 93 years)|
David Roden Buxton (1910 – 2003) was an entomologist and employee of the British Council. He is best known for his books on Russian architecture, the [[Christianity in late antiquity |ancient churches]] of Ethiopia, and the wooden churches of Eastern Europe.
A collection of Buxton's papers and photographs relating to Russian and Eastern European architecture is held by Cambridge University Library.
- Russian Mediaeval Architecture: With An Account Of The Transcaucasian Styles And Their Influence In The West
- Travels in Ethiopia
- The Christian antiquities of northern Ethiopia
- Wooden Churches of Eastern Europe