Committed to communicating the results of our work to a wide audience

We have published over 180 monographs, reports and ‘popular’ publications, which are listed here and available from various retailers, including Oxbow Books. ...

Oxford Archaeology has long recognised the enormous value of working in partnership with others to share knowledge and expertise and develop innovative ways to meet our corporate and charitable objectives

Our joint ventures with ...

Hinxton: study of a landscape  Decades of archaeological investigation building a picture of life in a small Cambridgeshire village

Rectory Farm, Godmanchester  Commissioned by Historic England to analyse important Roman remains

Tilty Abbey  ...

Oxford Archaeology is currently participating in a working party led by Historic England and the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists to develop a series of apprenticeship standards for heritage environment practitioners.

Educating and informing the public about archaeological discoveries is an important component of our work at Oxford Archaeology. Staff lecture and give presentations to schools, universities, local history and archaeology groups, and as part ...

 

Oxford University Department for Continuing Education 

Daming Palace, China 

Brookes University, Vietnam

Montenegro

Palace Complex, Patan, Nepal

Erbil, Iraq - Training Workshop 

Oxford Archaeology, often working with university partners, has substantial experience of organising conferences, workshops, study tours and vocational courses in all aspects of conservation and heritage management. We are able to deliver courses, capacity building ...

Training the next generation

The archaeological profession is experiencing a shortfall in the number of experienced field archaeologists. To address this issue, OA has developed a widely-praised and award-winning graduate trainee scheme.

Key skills are ...

The techniques and the expertise to help you map and manage landscapes

The unimproved lands of Britain have some of the most remarkable archaeological landscapes, with the remains of all periods being exposed on the ...

Buildings keep their history hidden: behind plaster, beneath floorboards, or in attics

Building investigation can inform the earliest stages of proposals to alter a building and lead to acceptable schemes to meet planning requirements. Building ...

Managing, maintaining, and sharing the value of local, regional, national and international heritage

OA has offered services in heritage management and consultancy since 1989, and, working on the Channel Tunnel Rail-link (HS1), was the first ...

Experts and innovators in commercial archaeology

Our archaeologists are among the best in the sector. We have worked on every type of archaeological project in Britain over the last 45 years. Oxford Archaeology has the ...


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