14th June 2022:

A hoard of palstave axeheads dating to the Bronze Age was found during a Jubilee weekend event organised by the Metal Detectives Group. A few days later, OA was on hand ...

28th April 2022:

Accidents, violence, gunshot wounds, amputations and disease: the brutal reality of the lives and deaths of 400 mainly local Oxfordshire people in the 18th and 19th centuries is outlined in a ...

20 April 2022

Oxford Archaeology North is proud to announce the release of a new monograph: The early medieval monastic site at Dacre, Cumbria!

Dacre is rare in having documentary evidence for an ...

6th March 2022:

OA East recently completed an excavation in Essex which has revealed the remains of a military barracks occupied during the Napoleonic Wars, a period vividly brought to life in Bernard Cornwell’s fictional ...

1st March 2022:

OA East’s excavation of a Romano-Celtic temple-mausoleum near Corby has won Current Archaeology’s prestigious Rescue Project of the Year award for 2022.

Oxford Archaeology East uncovered a densely populated Late Romano-British ...

24th February 2022:

Having uncovered Oxford University’s ‘lost college’, OA South think they have now discovered evidence of a 4,000 year old prehistoric burial mound beneath it.

A fragment of skull and part of a ...

17th February 2022:

Cumbrian polished stone axes and waterlogged wooden finds from Oxford Archaeology North’s excavations at Stainton West on the Carlisle Northern Development Route (CNDR) in 2008 will be amongst important artefacts from ...

8th February 2022:

Following recent local and national news coverage of our excavations for Brasenose College at Frewin Hall in the historic core of Oxford, a public open day will be held on Saturday ...

27th January 2022:

A new book by Oxford Archaeology paints a picture of life on the edge of the Thames Estuary from early prehistory to the 20th century

Archaeological investigations at DP World London ...


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