Our 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 urban centres, large-scale infrastructure projects, industrial sites, cemeteries both ancient and modern, and extensive landscape surveys.
A selection of the many projects we have undertaken is presented here. The featured projects reflect the scope, complexity, and geographical reach of our work, highlight some of the exciting nationally and sometimes internationally significant results that have emerged, describe the innovative approaches that we have developed, and reveal something of the stories of people in the past.
Click the links below to explore a selection of our projects. Recent additions include:
Careers at Oxford ArchaeologyJob Applicant Privacy NoticeCurrent VacanciesFIELD ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND ASSISTANT SUPERVISORSRequired for Cambridge and Oxford Salary range £21,120 to £22,140 Closing Date:... Read more
GRADUATE TRAINEESRequired for Cambridge and OxfordSalary range £19,612 to £20,101Oxford Archaeology is one of the largest independent archaeological practices in Europe. Our size and reputation ensures... Read more
FIELD ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND ASSISTANT SUPERVISORSRequired for Cambridge and OxfordSalary range £21,120 to £22,140Oxford Archaeology is one of the largest independent archaeological practices in Europe.... Read more
An exciting major programme of research is being undertaken by OA North looking at late Mesolithic to Bronze Age activity next to Poulton-le-Fylde near Blackpool as part of improvements to the A585. This... Read more
Both parts of our research seminar on the extraordinary findings of the Windy Harbour road scheme in Lancashire are now available to view on our YouTube channel. 1st March 2021:Part one of the research... Read more
Part one of our research seminar on the extraordinary findings of the Windy Harbour road scheme in Lancashire is now live on our YouTube channel.19th February 2021:An exciting major programme of research... Read more