3rd July 2019:

OA North has published two new booklets on some interesting Cumbrian sites!

Bridging Time's Deep River: An Archaeological Journey Along the Carlisle Northern Development Route present the results of the major programme ...

18th June 2019:

During OA East's most recent excavations at Warth Park, in Raunds, Northamptonshire, a very surprising discovery was made, in the form of an unusual wooden artefact.

This object appears to have ...

13th June 2019:

OA North has published two new volumes in its Lancaster Imprints series.

Roman and medieval Carlisle: The northern Lanes volume 1, the Roman period presents the Roman evidence from one of ...

11th June 2019:

OA South recently hosted pupils from Chuter Ede Primary School on a visit to an archaeological site next to their school in Fernwood, Nottinghamshire.

A team from OA’s Oxford office spent ...

29th May 2019:

The Lithic Studies Society and Oxford Archaeology invite you to find out more about southern England’s prehistoric past through the extensive worked stone collections held at Janus House, Oxford.

The Lithic ...

17th April 2019:

Last month, Darren Chester, the Australian Minister for Defence Personnel, announced that a further seven soldiers who died in the Battle of Fromelles in 1916 during the First World War have ...

All companies with 250 or more employees are required to publish their gender pay gap. We have now submitted our data for the snapshot date of 5th April 2018 to the government.

Employers must ...

2nd April 2019:

Oxford Archaeology’s latest monograph, which explores the archaeology of Torre Abbey in Devon, has been published

Torre Abbey is one of the more impressive monastic sites in Devon, both as a ...

1st February 2019:

Last year, Oxford Archaeology was appointed by the New Forest National Park Authority to identify and review guidance resources readily accessible to volunteers and community groups undertaking their own archaeological ...

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