9th August 2017:

OA South recently welcomed a postgraduate student from the University of Oxford, who spent a month as an intern in the Oxford office finding out about our work in the post-excavation department. ...

24th July 2017:

OA East are heritage partners with Cambourne Village College in a new Young Roots Heritage Lottery Funded project in Cambridgeshire

Cambourne Village College has received a grant of £50,000 from the ...

21st July 2017:

A new study of the Horningsea Roman pottery industry has been published by East Anglian Archaeology

The volume, by Jeremy Evans, Stephen Macaulay and Philip Mills, was prepared under the direction ...

18th July 2017:

OA East is supporting a Heritage Lottery funded project to develop, promote and research Britain's lowest lying Iron Age hill fort, Stonea Camp, in Cambridgeshire

When Clemency Cooper, OA’s Community Archaeology ...

21st June 2017:

'Hidden Lives', a new exhibition at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, features 25 years of excavations by Oxford Archaeology East at the Hinxton research campus in Cambridgeshire

In 2015, scientists from ...

14th June 2017:

The second season of a three-year community project to investigate three longhouses in the Duddon Valley in the Lake District is underway

Last year, a team of volunteers, supported by staff ...

26th May 2017:

The latest publication by Oxford Archaeology brings together the reports of two sites in the Upper Thames Valley in Gloucestershire. The sites, Horcott Quarry, Fairford, and Arkell’s Land, Kempsford, are in ...

19th May 2017:

A routine excavation by archaeologists from OA East at Chesterton in north Cambridge led to the discovery of the first significant remains of prehistoric settlement in the area and possible evidence ...

19th May 2017:

Following a visit to RAF Brampton in Cambridgeshire last year, when eight early Roman pottery kilns were uncovered, archaeologists from OA East returned to the area to find two previously unknown ...

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