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 For more information, contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.ng opportunities for volunteering is an important part of our work. Activities undertaken by volunteers cover the breadth of archaeological... Read more
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Connecting communities and partners with their heritageFor more information, contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. here to meet our Community Archaeology teamOur archaeological heritage doesn’t... Read more
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Evidence for earliest use of broomcorn millet in Britain published in Antiquity

Evidence for earliest use of broomcorn millet in Britain published in Antiquity

Evidence for the earliest securely dated use of broomcorn millet in Britain is detailed in a newly published article in Antiquity5th August 2022:A single pit containing a mixed assemblage of charred plant... Read more
Identity, kinship and community: early medieval death and burial across south-eastern and north-western England - a research seminar

Identity, kinship and community: early medieval death and burial across south-eastern and north-western England - a research seminar

Oxford Archaeology's fifth research seminar focused on early medieval cemeteries in south-eastern and north-western England. Using evidence from Oxford Archaeology's excavations in Cambridgeshire, Suffolk... Read more
Excavation at site of Roman villa near Northampton now published

Excavation at site of Roman villa near Northampton now published

Oxford Archaeology’s latest book, a report on the results of excavations at Panattoni Park, near Northampton, where prehistoric evidence and part of a Roman villa were found, has just been published... Read more
New book on Fromelles launched

New book on Fromelles launched

This week saw the launch of Fromelles: Naming the Dead, the Scientists’ Story, published by Big Sky Publishing. The book tells the story of the excavation and identification of Australian soldiers who... Read more
Book now for early medieval research webinar

Book now for early medieval research webinar

Registration is open for Oxford Archaeology's research webinar on early medieval cemeteries in south-eastern and north-western England, which will be held on Thursday 7th July at 4.30-6.30pm1st July 2022:... Read more
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About us

Oxford Archaeology has a 45-year history of quality, innovation and serviceOA and the COVID-19 EmergencyOur visionOur workOur gender pay gapOur commitment to qualityOur commitment to health and safety... Read more
Oxford Archaeology gender pay gap report

Oxford Archaeology gender pay gap report

All companies with 250 or more employees are required to publish their gender pay gap. We have now submitted our data for the snapshot date of 5th April 2021 to the government.Employers must publish the... Read more


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