15th March 2017:

For nearly 30 years Oxford Archaeology (OA) has worked with Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) on over 100 archaeological and historic buildings projects at Hampton Court Palace. A recent project with which ...

9th March 2017:

During February OA hosted, on behalf of Urban and Civic Plc, consecutive weekend visits by both the Newark and Nottingham Young Archaeologists' Clubs (YAC) at OA's excavation in Newark-on-Trent

Despite freezing ...

3rd March 2017:

Today sees the opening of the ‘Artefacts and Influence: Objects in dialogue' exhibition at Arup’s Phase 2 Gallery in London. Ben Ford, Senior Project Manager at Oxford Archaeology (OA), attended a ...

27th January 2017:

A team from Oxford Archaeology is shedding new light on Newark-on-Trent’s past, with Iron Age roundhouses and Roman pottery kilns among the discoveries at a major archaeological excavation

Archaeologists are currently ...

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 ...


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