Meet Oxford Archaeology's Research Committee

Lindsay Allason-Jones OBE
Research Committee
Retired Director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Artefact Studies and Reader in Roman Material Culture, Newcastle University

John Barrett
Trustee
Emeritus Professor, Department of ...

For over 10 years, we have produced an in-house magazine, In Touch, every quarter. Each one is packed with project news and information for staff. Over time, they have become more glossy, but the ...

OA is committed to reporting on the results of our fieldwork rapidly and efficiently in order to support the planning process

The results of our evaluations and excavations, if not published as monographs or reports ...

OA routinely engages in research and contributes to national strategies

Much of this has been undertaken as part of Historic England’s National Heritage Protection Plan (NHPP), which identifies heritage at greatest risk from destruction.

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OA has established itself as a major publisher of archaeological reports with the production of major monograph series, such as Thames Valley Landscapes and Lancaster Imprints, and contributions to other major series, including East ...

Archaeological excavations often generate considerable interest among the local community and wider public, who will be keen to know what has been found

Our popular publications present the archaeological stories of the sites we ...

The regional resource assessments below summarise what is already known for each period. A series of figures show the topography and the distribution of key sites.

Environmental Introduction

Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Resource Assessment

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In 2014, Oxford Wessex Archaeology published the Solent-Thames Research Framework for the Historic Environment. This volume is one stage of a project, led by Oxford Archaeology, to survey and characterise all aspects of the rich ...

Click on the images to view photos of our excavations at the Greyfriars friary at Westgate Oxford and some of the many finds we recovered.

Through site survey, the use of drones, and a technique called photogrammetry, we have captured the Wesgate excavations in 3D

This 3D model, captured by drone, shows the brief moment in time in October 2015 ...

Click on the information sheets below to learn more about the Westgate Oxford excavation and its discoveries

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OA South's excavations at Westgate Oxford, which were recently recognised by the British Archaeological Awards as ‘Best Archaeological Project 2016’, saw up to 50 dedicated archaeologists working on site in often challenging conditions to ...


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