19th February 2021:

A figurine of an unknown Celtic deity found by Oxford Archaeology East at the National Trust's Wimpole Estate has been cleaned and conserved, revealing remarkable details in his appearance.

OA East, ...

10th February 2021:

Join us and our panel of distinguished experts as we explain and discuss the extraordinary findings of the Windy Harbour road scheme in Lancashire.

Archaeological investigations along the route, which were ...

28th January 2021:

Oxford Archaeology with Humber Field Archaeology are undertaking the largest scientific excavation of a post-medieval burial ground in northern England.

The burial ground, belonging to the parish church of Holy Trinity ...

8th January 2021:

Did you know that many of our monographs are free to download from our digital library and other websites? To publicise this resource over the Christmas period, we ran a series ...

18th December 2020:

The results of a 2016 excavation within the area of the former Oxford Jewry on St Aldate’s have been published in a new book, ‘The Archaeology of Oxford in the 21st ...

3rd December 2020:

A new interpretation of a stone building found at Priors Hall, Corby, is published in the latest edition of Current Archaeology magazine.

Between summer 2019 and spring 2020, OA East excavated ...

2nd December 2020:

A pop-up finds display at Bishop’s Stortford Museum and accompanying video showcase discoveries from OA East’s excavations on the southern edge of the Hertfordshire town.

Last winter, OA East excavated a ...

26th November 2020:

The latest episode of the Alconbury Weald Stories podcast focuses on the area’s fascinating heritage, from the Bronze Age to the Cold War, and includes an interview with OA’s Community Archaeology ...

25th November 2020:

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

This year's review focuses on our Strategy 2020-25 and how we've been delivering its objectives during the ...


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