The achievements of the organisations which carried out archaeological work along the route of High Speed 1 between St Pancras International, London, and the Channel Tunnel are celebrated in Tracks and Traces: the archaeology of ...

The A66 has been a routeway of significance for at least 2000 years, linking the east and west of the country by the Stainmore Pass. Archaeological excavation by OA North ahead of the upgrading of ...

Stocks-in-Bowland, to the north of Slaidburn in the Forest of Bowland, was a small hamlet that was mostly drowned by the construction of Stocks Reservoir in 1932. Part of it, including the church, was on ...

In 2003, Oxford Archaeology North commenced a large-scale programme of archaeological study at A & G Murray’s Mill in Manchester, on behalf of the Ancoats Buildings Preservation Trust. The study formed an important element of a major ...
The detailed archaeological survey undertaken throughout the Lake District between 1982 and 1989 by OA North (then the Lancaster University Archaeological Unit) recorded some of the most remarkable field systems and settlements in England, mainly ...
In 2009 and 2010, OA North undertook extensive excavations at Furness Abbey, just outside Barrow, Cumbria. The works revealed many aspects of the three construction stages of the medieval presbytery.

The earliest stone-built presbytery, built ...

Improvements in transport played an integral part in the Industrial Revolution. Better transport capacity was essential not only to move raw materials to manufacturing sites, but also to distribute goods to market. As national and ...
Oxford Archaeology’s 2003 publication, Oxford Before the University, tells the story of the town in the centuries before the university came into being and how Oxford has played its part in some of the most ...
Whiteleaf Hill sits in a prominent position high on the Chilterns escarpment above Princes and Monks Risborough. The Hill is a rich tapestry of the ancient and modern; with a Neolithic barrow, a Bronze Age ...
A year long excavation at Clay Farm, Trumpington, on the southern fringes of Cambridge, came to an end in May 2011. This 20 hectare site sat within the archaeologically rich landscape of the Cam Valley ...
An excavation and subsequent watching brief by OA East on land to the rear of Thingoe House, Northgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, revealed a stratified sequence spanning the medieval to modern periods.

Much of the ...

The county resource assessments summarise what is already known for each period in each county:

 

Lower and Middle Palaeolithic

Berkshire

Buckinghamshire

Hampshire

Isle of Wight

Oxfordshire

Upper ...


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