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 ...

1st July 2022:

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 4.30-6.30pm

The webinar will focus ...

16th June 2022:

Oxford Archaeology has been awarded a prestigious UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship research grant for a project entitled ‘Rewilding’ later prehistory: Bronze and Iron Age ecologies from the perspective of the wild ...

14th June 2022:

A hoard of palstave axeheads dating to the Bronze Age was found during a Jubilee weekend event organised by the Metal Detectives Group. A few days later, OA was on hand ...

28th April 2022:

Accidents, violence, gunshot wounds, amputations and disease: the brutal reality of the lives and deaths of 400 mainly local Oxfordshire people in the 18th and 19th centuries is outlined in a ...

20 April 2022

Oxford Archaeology North is proud to announce the release of a new monograph: The early medieval monastic site at Dacre, Cumbria!

Dacre is rare in having documentary evidence for an ...

6th March 2022:

OA East recently completed an excavation in Essex which has revealed the remains of a military barracks occupied during the Napoleonic Wars, a period vividly brought to life in Bernard Cornwell’s fictional ...

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