A round-up of January's highlights 1st February 2023

To kick off OA's 50th birthday, we started with the finds that symbolise OA's three regional offices. We then went back to ...

In 2023 Oxford Archaeology is celebrating fifty years at the forefront of archaeological practice in the UK 6th January 2023

Founded in 1973 as the Oxfordshire Archaeological Unit (the ‘shire’ was later dropped) ...

23rd November 2022:

Read all about our work, discoveries, community archaeology and more over the past 12 months in the latest edition of our annual review, which is available to download

This year's review ...

3rd November 2022:

Oxford Archaeology’s excavation at Frewin Hall in Oxford has won the Temporary Projects Award in the Oxford Preservation Trust Awards 2022 in a ceremony at St John’s College.

The excavation in ...

20th October 2022:

In September 2022 Oxford Archaeology North undertook the second season of community archaeological excavation, commissioned by the Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership, to undertake fieldwork on Little Asby Common.

Last year was ...

13th September 2022:

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The Archaeology Legacy Project wants to connect young people with the ...

5th August 2022:

Evidence for the earliest securely dated use of broomcorn millet in Britain is detailed in a newly published article in Antiquity

A single pit containing a mixed assemblage of charred plant ...

29th July 2022:

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. ...

22nd July 2022:

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 ...

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