Over the past eighteen months OA East volunteers, students and allotment holders, supported by professional staff, have been digging a series of test pits on the allotments. The aim was to see the extent ...
Rewilding later prehistory

Rewilding later prehistory‘Rewilding’ later prehistory recasts the nature conservation concept of ‘rewilding’ in order to reveal the ‘wonder and enchantment’ (Monbiot 2013) of archaeological wildlife, and its relevance... Read moreArchaeology Legacy ProjectThe Archaeology Legacy Project wants ...

The Conservation Management Plan for Knole was commissioned by National Trust, South East Region, from Oxford Archaeology in 2012 as a revised version of the previous plan produced in 2007, to provide a current framework ...

This volume presents the results of two excavations on the gravel terraces of the lower Kennet Valley, at Green Park (Reading Business Park) Phase 3 and Moores Farm, Burghfield, Berkshire.

The Green ...

This is the final volume in the monograph series resulting from archaeological excavations in the Ebbsfleet Valley in advance of High Speed 1 and the Ebbsfleet International station. It provides the full account of ...

Between November 2009 and September 2010, Oxford Wessex Archaeology (a joint venture of Oxford Archaeology and Wessex Archaeology) undertook archaeological works associated with the East Kent Access Road on the Isle of Thanet. The work ...
The Wisbech Castle community archaeology project was funded by a Your Heritage HLF grant jointly awarded to Cambridgeshire County Council and OA East in 2009. The project was shortlisted (one of only three) for the ...
Jigsaw is an exciting project designed to support and develop community archaeology in Cambridgeshire.

Jigsaw is a five-year project, which started in 2011 and is a joint venture by Oxford Archaeology East and Cambridgeshire ...

In 2010, in line with a European directive to ‘naturalise’ watercourses wherever possible, the Environment Agency carried out a feasibility study for removing a culvert which channels the Kirklees Brook through Tottington Print Works, as ...
A team of archaeologists from OA North, monitored by English Heritage and Cumbria County Council's Historic Environment Services, excavated sites on behalf of Birse Civils Ltd along the route of the Carlisle Northern Development Relief ...
OA North has been carrying out targeted pieces of research, survey and trial trenching at Ditherington Flax Mill since 2009. Attracting anyone with an interest in industrial heritage, the Ditherington Flax Mill is the oldest ...
Rewilding later prehistoryOur projects have comprised some of the largest and most challenging sites in the UK, covered all periods from the Palaeolithic to the 20th century, and have encompassed many site types, including rural sites, deeply-stratified ...

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