27th May 2015:

Site X, a new mudflat habitat currently being created on the North Kent marshes near Cooling, features in the latest issue of Gateway News produced by DP World London ...

22nd May 2015:

Oxford Archaeology and the School of Archaeology, Oxford University, joined forces at LiveFriday last week at the Ashmolean Museum to present 'The Past People of Oxfordshire', a study of ...

20th May 2015:

Booking is now open for the CBA South-East conference on Saturday 14th November 2015. The theme for the day is 'Life in the Mesolithic and new perspectives on the Mesolithic/Neolithic transition'.

The ...

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We're holding an open day at our Radwinter site this Friday 22nd May from 11am - 3pm at East View Close, Radwinter, Essex, CB10 2TZ.

The site is 0.8ha of fantastic Roman archaeology. We have ...

13th May 2015:

Recent archaeological investigations undertaken ahead of the construction of the new 'West Quad' for the College by Oxford Archaeology revealed the remains of 18th-19th century buildings, boundary walls, wells and garden features, ...

© Crown copyright: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales © Hawlfraint y Goron: Comisiwn Brenhinol Henebion Cymru

Oxford Archaeology North (OAN) have been involved in a 28-year study of Wales' countryside to survey unrecorded sites in moorland left "unimproved" over the years. Over 42,000 archaeological ...

20th April 2015:

Oxford Archaeology and the Queen's College, University of Oxford, welcomed hundreds of visitors last Saturday to view Oxford Archaeology's excavations in the Provost's Garden. Members of the public were given ...

Excavator Malgorzata Kwiatkowska completing recording sheets - CopyRecord-changing discovery about Mesolithic burial practices revealed by Oxford Archaeology

A deposit containing cremated human bone, found during excavations by Oxford Archaeology in advance of a new pipeline at Langford, Essex, has been ...

9th April 2015:

Archaeologists from OA South office are currently excavating the Provost's Garden of Queen's College, Oxford, ahead of the construction of an underground library. Queen's College is one of the ...


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