23rd January 2017:

The first volume in the Thameslink Archaeological Series reveals the history of the Thames at Blackfriars, from the earliest development of the foreshore in the Roman period to its reconstruction after ...

12th January 2017:

Archaeologists from Oxford Archaeology East working at Hatherdene Close at Cherry Hinton in Cambridge have uncovered a wealth of Anglo-Saxon and Roman finds, as well as shed light on the origins ...

9th January 2017:

We are delighted to announce the publication of Yarnton Neolithic and Bronze Age settlement and landscape, by Gill Hey, Christopher Bell, Caroline Dennis and Mark Robinson. This major Upper Thames Valley ...

13th December 2016:

In 2015, Oxford Archaeology East excavated the remains of a Mark 1 Spitfire X4593 that crashed in the Cambridgeshire Fens in November 1940. The project was commissioned by the Wildlife Trust for ...

9th December 2016:

Since Elizabeth line construction began in 2009, more than 200 archaeologists have unearthed over 10,000 objects from 40 locations, spanning 55 million years. The archaeology and heritage of London ...

29th November 2016:

Earlier this month, under a totem pole within the depths of the Pitt Rivers Museum, a team from OA South set up a display of ancient stone axes and ...

27th October 2016:

The COPA website has been launched today! The site (http://coparchaeology.co.uk) showcases the capability of the UK's largest ever consortium of professional archaeologists.

COPA is formed from Cotswold Archaeology, Oxford ...

13th October 2016:

This Saturday, archaeologists from Oxford Archaeology will be at the Museum of Oxford in Oxford's town hall to talk about recent excavations in the old Jewish Quarter of Oxford ...

12th July 2016:

Oxford Archaeology's excavation of Westgate Oxford, which uncovered the extensive remains of a medieval friary in the heart of Oxford, and was accompanied by a very successful programme of outreach, including two ...


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