13th November 2020:

The Secretary of State for Transport announced yesterday the decision to grant consent to the A303 Amesbury to Berwick Down project. A comprehensive programme of archaeological works is planned, and we ...

30th October 2020:

Analysis of a late Roman cemetery at Worthy Down Camp near Winchester has revealed remarkable evidence about life in the Roman countryside. As part of Black History Month, we focus on ...

 23rd October 2020:

In the third in our series of articles for Black History Month reviewing sites that have unearthed stories of Black prehistory and history, we revisit the cemetery associated with St Augustine's Church ...

16th October 2020:

In the second in our series of articles for Black History Month profiling sites that have uncovered aspects of Black prehistory and history, we look at an 18th-century copper works in ...

9th October 2020:

In the first of our series of articles for Black History Month in which we profile sites that reveal aspects of the prehistory and history of Black people in Britain, we ...

2nd October 2020:

This month, OA will be highlighting a series of excavations which tell us about the undocumented experiences of Black people in our collective human story.

Black History Month is held in ...

30th September 2020:

A new book about the investigations at Stoke Quay in Ipswich provides crucial new evidence about one of England's oldest urban centres in the Saxon and medieval periods.

Ipswich is one ...

28th September 2020:

Three remarkable burials from a recently excavated medieval cemetery in Ipswich are the subject of an episode of the latest series of Channel 4’s Bone Detectives.

The burials were among some ...

16th September 2020:

A major new international study of the genomic history of the Viking era co-authored by OA's Head of Burials has been published in the prestigious scientific journal, Nature.

Our understanding of ...


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