2nd September 2021:

Oxford Archaeology has a new dedicated blog site and we'll be using it to share updates from our excavation in Weeley in Essex.

OA East undertook trial trenching at Barrack ...

20th August 2021:

OA East have teamed up with Urban&Civic and the Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey in Cambridgeshire to tell the Iron Age and Roman history of the area, in the Museum's Stone ...

13th August 2021:

Two tents, the size of a professional football pitch, which been home to around 80 staff from Oxford Archaeology with Humber Field Archeology in the centre of Hull, are coming down. ...

5th August 2021:

OA East has safely welcomed nearly 200 visitors to their late Bronze Age site at Burwell in Cambridgeshire.

The 6.5 hectare excavation on Newmarket Road is taking place ahead of the ...

26th July 2021:

For this year's Festival of Archaeology, Oxford Archaeology has produced a series of videos exploring archaeological treasures hidden in plain site.

Oxford Archaeology is one of the largest archaeological service providers ...

16th July 2021:

OA's digital library, which contains over 5000 items, including grey literature reports, monographs and supporting data, has had a makeover, with a new search interface and interactive map.

The new interface ...

Congratulations to our Collaborative Doctoral Award student, Dr Rob Leedham!

Rob was formally awarded his PhD last month after studying under the joint supervision of Oxford Archaeology North (OA North) and the University of ...

3rd June 2021:

Interested in hearing more about our fascinating work for National Grid as part of the Dorset Visual Impact Provision? Join us for a series of webinars hosted by National Grid

Three ...

2 June 2021

What is probably the most extensive, systematic archaeological ground survey ever undertaken in not only the Middle East but beyond has just been completed by Oxford Archaeology ...

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