4th December 2017:

We are excited to announce that our publication, Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain, has been nominated in the Book of the Year category in the Current Archaeology Awards 2018

The volume, ...

29th November 2017:

For thousands of years East Kent has been a gateway for new peoples, new cultures, new ideas and for trade

Kent County Council’s construction of a new road link, the second ...

18th October 2017:

During the last week of September, OA East supervised students at Cambourne Village College taking part in their own seven-day archaeological excavation of a late Iron Age/Romano-British settlement next to their school ...

28th September 2017:

A major report on the medieval and post-medieval archaeological remains from Finzel’s Reach in Bristol has been published as an Oxford Archaeology monograph

This richly illustrated book presents the fascinating results from ...

12th September 2017:

Oxford Archaeology welcomed over 500 visitors to its stand at Oxford Castle last weekend as part of the Open Doors event organised by the Oxford Preservation Trust

There were lots of ...

17th August 2017:

Since our last update in January 2017, work at the Newark-on-Trent site in Nottinghamshire for Urban and Civic plc has continued and some fantastic new discoveries have been made

The initial ...

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 ...


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