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We have several new opportunities available:

Field Archaeologists (Oxford, Cambridge and Lancaster) 

Assistant Supervisors - Field (Oxford, Cambridge and Lancaster)

Project Officers - Heritage Management Services (Oxford and Lancaster)

The deadline for all three ...

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Oxford Archaeology North is please to announce the latest release in the Lancaster Imprints Series: Archaeology at the Waterfront: 1: Investigating Liverpool's Historic Docks. This volume presents the findings of the largest campaign of ...

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from OA to all our clients, staff, volunteers and community!

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The following pictures are just some of the many entries entered into the Art Competition by schools in Peterborough. Pupils could either draw a Roman villa that may have stood ...

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Extensive excavations near the village of Broughton, which lies on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, revealed the fluctuating fortunes of neighbouring settlements from the Iron Age to the medieval period. A middle ...

During the First World War, 250 soldiers were buried behind enemy lines in unmarked mass graves on the outskirts of the village of Fromelles, Northern France. They were among several thousand Australian ...

After a small hiatus from blog posts about Harvest Way I'm afraid I have to announce that the site has now been finished. The last few weeks were spent finishing off digging the ...

Day 20 of Excavation

The last day of the dig is done! And so too must this blog end.

We couldnt have asked for better weather for this final day.  After a nice steady ...

Day 16 of Excavation

Today has been a very long day for us staffers. But equally it has been great fun and well worth the effort.  Another wet day meant no digging in ...

Day 14 of Excavation

So exactly 2 weeks into the dig now. Where has the time gone?  With still so many questions to answer, we as the staffing team have been trying ...

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    Going jug crazy!

We're nearing the end of our dig at Harvest Way, and although we're now digging a comparitively small area of the site, we're still pulling out some ...


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