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 ...

6th May 2021:

Oxford Archaeology North is pleased to announce the publication of 'Farmers and Weavers', a monograph presenting the results of archaeological works at two important sites in the south-eastern corner of the ...

29th April 2021:

Oxford Archaeology and Cotswold Archaeology, working together as Oxford Cotswold Archaeology JV (OCA JV), are delighted to have won a place on a framework to undertake archaeological investigations associated with new major ...

1st March 2021:

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.

Part one ...

19th February 2021:

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.

An exciting major programme of research ...

19th February 2021:

A Roman millstone engraved with a giant phallus was unearthed during one of Britain's biggest road projects.

More than 300 querns and millstones were recovered during archaeological work by MOLA Headland ...

19th February 2021:

A figurine of an unknown Celtic deity found by Oxford Archaeology East at the National Trust's Wimpole Estate has been cleaned and conserved, revealing remarkable details in his appearance.

OA East, ...


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