16th April 2018:

Two Oxford Archaeology projects feature as case studies in a new book published by the University of Brighton as part of a project to collate and critically review approaches to deposit ...

9th March 2018:

Oxford Archaeology has begun excavation at a St Albans primary school which lies within the major Roman municipal town of Verulamium.

The excavation is taking place in the grounds of St Michael’s ...

28th February 2018:

Oxford Archaeology has started excavation in the basement of Norwich Castle’s iconic Norman keep. Led by Norfolk Museums Service with financial support from Historic England, these are the first major excavations on ...

26th February 2018:

We are thrilled that our publication, Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain, has won the award for 'Book of the Year' in the Current Archaeology Awards 2018

The volume, written by leading ...

21st February 2018:

In the largest study of ancient DNA ever conducted, an international team of scientists of 144 archaeologists and geneticists from institutions in Europe and the United States, including Oxford Archaeology, has ...

14th February 2018:

Oxford Archaeology has a long tradition of hosting university students undertaking a placement year in industry as part of their degree course. In addition to fieldwork, we aim to give students experience ...

9th February 2018:

Oxford Archaeology is extremely pleased to have a section of stunning medieval tile pavement from the Greyfriars Cloister Walk now on permanent display within Oxford's new Westgate shopping centre

The display ...

25th January 2018:

Since our last update, post-excavation work on site at Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, for Urban and Civic plc has continued and some fantastic new discoveries have been made

Following completion of fieldwork in ...

17th January 2018:

Recent investigations at Melbourn have revealed a surprisingly rich multi-period landscape in Cambridgeshire.

A team from OA East excavated a site at Melbourn in south Cambridgeshire ahead of a building development during ...


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