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Evidence for earliest use of broomcorn millet in Britain published in Antiquity
5th August 2022: Evidence for the earliest securely dated use of broomcorn millet in Britain is detailed in a newly published...
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Excavation at site of Roman villa near Northampton now published
29th July 2022: Oxford Archaeology’s latest book, a report on the results of excavations at Panattoni Park, near Northampton, where prehistoric...
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New book on Fromelles launched
22nd July 2022: This week saw the launch of Fromelles: Naming the Dead, the Scientists’ Story, published by Big Sky Publishing....
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Book now for early medieval research webinar
1st July 2022: Registration is open for Oxford Archaeology's research webinar on early medieval cemeteries in south-eastern and north-western England, which...
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Oxford Archaeology researchers to lead ambitious interdisciplinary study of archaeological wildlife
16th June 2022: Oxford Archaeology has been awarded a prestigious UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship research grant for a project entitled ‘Rewilding’...
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