10th January 2019:

In 2018 the first of two community excavations supervised by OA East took place at the site of a former Benedictine Abbey in Ramsey, historically an island in the Cambridgeshire fens. ...

18th December 2018:

Throughout this year's hot summer, a team from OA East were at the National Trust's Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire for a two-hectare excavation at the site of a new car park ...

21st November 2018:

A photograph of a Roman-period limekiln uncovered by a team from OA South has been chosen as the cover image of the latest volume of Britannia, a prestigious national journal devoted ...

15th November 2018:

A review of our work over the last 12 months is available to download

Inside the review, you can read about just some of the exciting fieldwork, survey, building-recording and post-excavation ...

17th September 2018:

Excavations by Oxford Archaeology, in advance of a programme of improvements to the railway between Bicester and Oxford, investigated part of the south-eastern extramural settlement associated with the Roman fortress and ...

7th September 2018:

Oxford Archaeology has launched an online survey aimed at community volunteer archaeologists for a national review of community archaeology 'how to' guides on behalf of the New Forest National Park Authority. ...

28th August 2018:

An investigation by Oxford Archaeology on the Broughton Castle estate near Banbury has shed light on what has been revealed to be one of the largest villas in Roman Britain

Investigation ...

23rd August 2018:

New archaeological excavations taking place at historic National Trust property, the Wimpole Estate, in Cambridgeshire.

Wimpole Hall is renowned as the largest country house in Cambridgeshire and the rich history of ...

17th August 2018: A community excavation at the site of a former Benedictine Abbey at Ramsey in Cambridgeshire is underway and will be open to visitors this weekend.

In its heyday, Ramsey Abbey was ...


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