25th June 2018:

A new report on the Abberton pipeline excavation at the Roman small town of Wixoe has been published by East Anglian Archaeology

The volume, by Rob Atkins and Rachel Clarke, was ...

19th June 2018: Oxford Archaeology is embarking on a new research project in collaboration with the New Forest National Park Authority to review community archaeology resources.

In the UK, many volunteers and community groups ...

12th June 2018:

Archaeologists working for Bridgwater Gateway in Somerset have uncovered traces of settlement and ritual sites spanning c 2000 years

The development involved large-scale archaeological excavations, which were requested by South West ...

7th June 2018:

Oxford Archaeology (OA) is carrying out a major programme of archaeological survey of part of the county of Al-Ula in the north-west of Saudi Arabia

On behalf of ...

23rd May 2018:

Last Saturday, staff from Oxford Archaeology were present at Oxfordshire Past, the annual meeting organised by the Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society of all voluntary history and archaeology societies in the ...

8th May 2018:

The latest volume in Oxford Archaeology’s Thames Valley Landscapes series, a report on excavations at Kingshill South on the eastern edge of Cirencester in Gloucestershire, where evidence for prehistoric and Roman ...

19th April 2018:

A team of archaeologists from Oxford Archaeology East have been working on behalf of Roxhill at the Warth Park development. As part of the mitigation strategy for the development, overseen by Liz ...

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 ...


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