4th September 2019:

The 14th and 15th September will see venues across Oxford open their doors for a weekend of events to celebrate the city’s people and places, and Oxford Archaeology will be taking ...

15th August 2019:

We are pleased to announce the publication of our latest monograph in the Thames Valley Landscapes series – Excavations at Oxford Castle, 1999-2009

Oxford Castle was built in 1071 at the ...

5th August 2019:

OA East are commencing the second of two seasons of community excavation at the site of a former Benedictine Abbey at Ramsey, Cambridgeshire.

Last year, a local community group completed the ...

Investigating Oxford's watery landscapes

The old medieval city of Oxford is located on a gravel promontory at the confluence of the Rivers Thames and Cherwell and surrounded on three sides by water. Beyond the ...

15th July 2019:

Oxford Archaeology’s digital online library of archaeological reports and archives recently received its 5000th upload – a report on a watching brief at Saltworks Lane in Weston, Staffordshire

The library contains a ...

12th July 2019:

Earlier this year, OA East completed a seven-month excavation on the outskirts of Warboys, Cambridgeshire. This 4-hectare site produced late Iron Age, Roman and Saxon remains and hosted a team of ...

10th July 2019:

Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire has joined the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The historical significance of the site has long been recognised, and in 2015, Oxford Archaeology North visited ...

3rd July 2019:

OA North has published two new booklets on some interesting Cumbrian sites!

Bridging Time's Deep River: An Archaeological Journey Along the Carlisle Northern Development Route present the results of the major programme ...

18th June 2019:

During OA East's most recent excavations at Warth Park, in Raunds, Northamptonshire, a very surprising discovery was made, in the form of an unusual wooden artefact.

This object appears to have ...


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