Trauma arising from violence was notable in the assemblage and one of the most compelling examples is adolescent male Skeleton 20292, from the earliest phase, with bladed cuts to their neck. The pattern and ...

One of the key findings of the work undertaken on the St Augustine’s skeletons is that their age at death profiles and physical attributes suggest a population that was highly mobile and comprised local ...

Male skeleton 21289 was one of 18 individuals buried in the church, being in a line of male burials running along the centre of the nave. Aged 60+ years, the skeleton was radiocarbon dated ...

Numbering 1,142 individuals dating between the late 9th/10th and the late 15th century, the burial assemblage from St Augustine’s in Stoke Quay is not only exceptional in terms of its size and near-continuous chronological ...

Oxford Archaeology is extremely concerned about the COVID-19 Pandemic and its potential impact on our business, our staff and the public we come into contact with.

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Excavations by Oxford Archaeology on the corner of Queen Street and St Aldates in the historic heart of Oxford in 2015 and 2016 shed light on the origins and development of the city.

The fieldwork ...

Visit our Current Archaeology Book of the Year-nominated site on Flickr and follow the dig in pictures!

Oxford Castle was built in 1071 at the west end of the thriving late Saxon town. Although ...

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Thames through Time 4 presents the final episode of the series, taking the story of the Thames Valley through the second millennium to provide a new narrative of the medieval and post-medieval period

This ...

The Thames Valley offers one of the richest resources of archaeological data in the country

The third volume in the Thames through Time series takes the story from the end of the Iron Age ...

The Upper and Middle Thames Valley provides a rich and diverse archaeological resource for the millennium and a half before the Roman conquest

Volume 2 of the Thames Through Time series focuses on the ...


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