13th November 2014:

Every year, English Heritage publishes Heritage Counts, an annual review of the state of the historic environment in England. This year's edition includes a feature on a community archaeology ...

13th November 2014:

The latest issue of New Scientist features article about the pioneering investigation of First World War mass graves at Fromelles, northern France, by an international team of forensic and ...

30th October 2014:

 

Oxford Archaeology's annual general meeting yesterday saw the launch of OA's strategy and vision for 2014 to 2020 and the first public edition of In Touch, a magazine packed ...

20th October 2014:

Oxford Archaeology was involved in the project to rebuild Liverpool's Everyman Theatre, which has won this year's Riba Stirling Prize. The redesigned theatre reuses every brick from the original ...

29th September 2014:

 

OA is happy to announce its involvement in a collaborative knowledge exchange project with the School of Archaeology of Oxford University and government planning archaeologists in the county.

The ...

29th September 2014:

Since March, a team from OA North has been involved in a project to excavate an 18th-century quay in Castletown on the Isle of Man and uncover a yacht ...

23rd September 2014:

Archaeologists from Oxford Archaeology in partnership with Ramboll UK have been excavating the remains of some of the earliest structures of the Great Western Railway, built by Isambard Kingdom ...

22nd September 2014:

OA invited the public to come and see the excavation of a Bronze Age barrow at Emmets Post in Devon. A team from OA, supported by volunteers, has been ...

17th September 2014:

When Olaf mentioned that he was going to be digging a round barrow in its entirety on the edge of Dartmoor in August, I did everything I could think ...


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