20th May 2016:

The official book launch of Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain was held on the 19th May at an evening reception hosted by the Society of Antiquaries of London in the beautiful ...

27th April 2016:

Oxford Archaeology's graduate training scheme, which was designed to invest in staff development, support Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) initiatives, and meet a shortfall in the number of field ...

16th March 2016:

Visitors to an exhibition at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge will have the chance to view the extraordinary discovery of a child's footprint impressed into the ...

3rd February 2016:

In 2009, OA North discovered a Mesolithic pit house at Ronaldsway Airport. This would have been a substantial building, comprising a sub-circular hollow, approximately 7m in diameter, containing a ...

27th January 2016:

A recent excavation 1km north of the confluence of the Rivers Avon and Stour at Shottery, near Stratford-upon-Avon has revealed a sparse but intriguing range of archaeology.

The location seems to have ...

23rd January 2016:

What are the genetic origins of people living in the East of England today? And was the impact of Anglo-Saxon migrations on the British population? A remarkable study, co-authored by staff from ...

18th January 2016:

A major report on the little studied subject of First World War wireless stations in England has been published. Oxford Archaeology's study, commissioned by Historic England as part of ...

12th January 2016:

The School of Archaeology of Oxford University and Heritage Burial Services, Oxford Archaeology (OA), collaborated with Oxfordshire heritage officers and museum curators to develop a database collating over 7,000 ...

18th December 2015:

When a human skull was discovered during redevelopment work at the Worthy Down base in Winchester for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), a visit from the local police was ...


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