13th November 2019:

The remains of a wooden basket, chickens’ eggs and a bridge, all dating to the Roman period, are just some of the extraordinary discoveries made at Berryfields near Aylesbury ...

7th November 2019:

The Duddon Dig project run by the Duddon Valley Local History Group and guided by Oxford Archaeology North has been shortlisted for Community Archaeology Project 2019. 

The Duddon Dig was ...

6th November 2019:

This weekend, OA East with East Herts District Council are holding a public open day at an archaeological excavation in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire.

Local residents are invited to drop in between ...

4th November 2019:

Oxford Archaeology has been involved in an extensive archaeological survey in Saudi Arabia, the results of which are starting to grab the headlines

Click here to see our own Jamie Quartermaine ...

29th October 2019:

One of Oxford Archaeology's animal bone specialists has edited a new book about zooarchaeology in the study of the Roman Empire, which has been published by the Journal of Roman Archaeology ...

21st October 2019:

Oxford Archaeology will be well represented at the forthcoming Bronze Age Forum in Durham in November, with no fewer than three speakers presenting results from our work

Alex Davies will discuss the ...

14th October 2019:

This coming Sunday, CBA South Midlands will hold a conference focusing on Roman villa landscapes in the region. Martyn Allen, Senior Project Manager at Oxford Archaeology and co-author of the three ...

18th September 2019

Oxford Archaeology North is pleased to announce that the publication of the results of the excavation of the extramural settlement of the Roman fort at Maryport, Cumbria is published! The research ...

4th September 2019:

The 14th and 15th September will see venues across Oxford open their doors for a weekend of events to celebrate the city’s people and places, and Oxford Archaeology will be taking ...

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