21st February 2020:

Archaeology is the focus of the latest episode of the Wintringham 2020 podcast series produced by Urban&Civic and features interviews with staff from OA East.

Wintringham is named after the ...

19th February 2020:

A 6,000-year-old elm tree leaf and stone age tools giving a glimpse of early life on a watery Fylde peninsula thousands of years ago will go on display for the first ...

7th February 2020:

This month saw the publication of Historic England's guidance on deposit modelling in the context of developer-led archaeological projects. The publication features some of Oxford Archaeology’s projects as case studies.

Deposit modelling ...

30th January 2020:

A book about the complex multi-period landscape excavated at Rectory Farm, Godmanchester in Cambridgshire has been published by East Anglian Archaeology.

Oxford Archaeology East was commissioned by Historic England in 2013 ...

20th January 2020:

The first confirmed use of birch bark tar from the early medieval period in the UK has been identified from a site excavated by Oxford Archaeology East and analysed by scientists ...

6th January 2020:

OA’s Head of Heritage Burial Services, Louise Loe, has, with Sharon Clough of Cotswold Archaeology, contributed to a new book, Ethical Approaches to Human Remains, published by Springer

The volume, edited ...

9th December 2019:

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, post-excavation work ...

9th December 2019:

When Oxford Archaeology carried out archaeological excavations at Berryfields, just outside Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, the extent and range of the discoveries were more than anyone could have foreseen

The site, investigated ...

2nd December 2019:

We are thrilled to have been nominated in two categories of the 2020 Current Archaeology Awards, voting for which has now opened

Our excavation at St Aldates in the heart of ...


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