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 ...

20th January 2022

The results of the excavation and analysis of the archaeology on the A21 Tonbridge to Pembury Dualling Scheme in Kent have been published in a new Oxford Archaeology monograph

The volume, ...

10th January 2022:

The latest seris of the BBC's flagship archaeology programme, Digging for Britain, will feature National Grid's Hinkley Connection Project and Oxford Archaeology's excavation of a nationally significant Roman settlement in Somerset ...
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4th January 2022:

Oxford Archaeology’s excavation of a nationally significant cemetery site in Hull features in the new series of Digging for Britain, broadcasting on BBC Two ...

2nd December 2021:

Archaeologists from Oxford Archaeology East were called to professionally excavate the site of two Bronze Age hoards found by metal detectorists.

The first of the hoards was found by a 13 year ...

1st December 2021:

Oxford Archaeology East’s excavation of a Romano-Celtic temple-mausoleum and evidence for late Roman industrial activity has been nominated for Rescue Project of the Year in the prestigious 2022 Current Archaeology Awards. ...

17th November 2021:

A review of our work over the last 12 months is available to download

This year's review focuses on how we've delivering the core goals of our Strategy 2020-25 over the ...

15th November 2021:

Cotswold Archaeology and Oxford Archaeology are pleased to announce that they are partnering on the further development of a web-based digital recording and mapping system for archaeological fieldwork

Building on pioneering ...


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