12th March 2020:

Oxford Archaeology's goals, values and priorities for the next five years - to lead, to inspire, to innovate, to create knowledge and to share - have been set out in our ...

12th March 2020:

Staff from OA North were on hand to talk about the latest discoveries from the A585 Windy Harbour to Skippool bypass at two public exhibitions about the scheme organised by Highways England ...

4th March 2020:

We were very pleased to hear that Life and Death in the Countryside of Roman Britain, co-written by Martyn Allen, a senior project manager in OA South's post-excavation department, won Book ...

2nd March 2020:

Gill Hey, Oxford Archaeology's CEO, will shed new light on ancient landscapes, as she delivers the Tom Hassall Lecture for 2020 on the prehistory of the Upper Thames Valley

In 1995 ...

27th February 2020:

OA North has just published its latest volume - Brothers Minor: Lancashire's lost Fransciscans

In 1991 and 2007, development-led excavations close to Preston’s historic centre revealed significant medieval remains. Although badly damaged, ...

26th February 2020:

The rural historic environment is every bit as endangered as the natural environment, and the Environment Bill must protect nature and heritage in harmony.

The Heritage Alliance is calling on the ...

21st February 2020:

Archaeology is the focus of the latest episode of the Wintringham 2020 podcast series produced by Urban&Civic and features interviews with staff from OA East.

Wintringham is named after the ...

19th February 2020:

A 6,000-year-old elm tree leaf and stone age tools giving a glimpse of early life on a watery Fylde peninsula thousands of years ago will go on display for the first ...

7th February 2020:

This month saw the publication of Historic England's guidance on deposit modelling in the context of developer-led archaeological projects. The publication features some of Oxford Archaeology’s projects as case studies.

Deposit modelling ...


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