Based in Cambridge, OA East operates primarily across the East of England from the Thames to the Humber.

It has operated since the 1980s, previously as a local authority in-house contractor and since 2008 ...

Based in Lancaster, OA North primarily operates across the north of England and north Wales.

We have been in existence since 1979, first as the Cumbria and Lancashire Archaeological Unit, from 1986 as the ...

Based in Oxford, OA South operates nationwide and beyond, with a particular focus on southern England.

Since its beginnings as the Oxfordshire Archaeological Unit in 1973, OA South has offered a comprehensive range of ...

All work is planned and undertaken in accordance with our full Health and Safety Policy, which is accompanied by a detailed Site Safety Procedures Manual.

Oxford Archaeology also engages with the wider sector to ...

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Our Quality Management System defines our approach to all aspects of our business, from strategic planning and risk mitigation to the planning, delivery and monitoring of our outputs.

It encompasses the full range of ...

Ipswich is one of England’s oldest towns. Originally ‘Gipeswic’, the settlement was founded as an Anglo-Saxon trading place at the junction of the Rivers Orwell and Gipping in the late 6th or early 7th ...

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 ...

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 ...


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