With the excavation works now complete we have demobilised from site.
In partnership with Urban & Civic, we will be presenting the latest findings from the largest excavation area of Iron Age and Roman settlement at Wintringham.
Read more about our afternoon spent fieldwalking with our Genome Campus volunteers.
We have issued a press release about our excavation in Essex which has revealed the remains of a military barracks occupied during the Napoleonic Wars.
The team have started by digging an impressive 110 trial trenches across the northern fields of the site to ground truth the results of previous surveys.
The beginning of a new archaeological project in Aston, Oxon.
Always expect the unexpected.
The site is revealed and pottery fragments have been uncovered so far.
It has been exciting to discover these personal items.
...the sherds appear to be Wychwood-type ware.
This process helps to save the smaller finds.
Read about a recent discovery of a Romano-British kiln on site at Wintringham.
Recording is a very important part of our process.
Our archaeologist Ollie provides an update on the Bronze Age findings at Hinxton.
In the latest post from our team at Hinxton, they start to find answers to some of the questions we have about a major trackway across the site.
Read about the conditions the Wintringham team have been battling with as excavations come to a close for the winter.
It is exciting to think about what will be discovered further.
Our archaeologist Anna provides a glimpse into what's been found of two Iron Age roundhouses near Grange Farm at Alconbury Weald.
At the end of 2022, we were finishing the barrow.
Read more about some of the grave goods found by our Finds Supervisor Hannah Pighills from burial soil samples collected at Hinxton.
OA has published an article about the excavation at Weeley in Current Archaeology magazine.
Wintringham features on BBC's Digging for Britain.
Area 7 appeared to be a quiet area in terms of archaeology. Turns out it was hiding something special...
At the end of March 2023, waterlogged and weary, but triumphal, the team concluded our excavations at Hinxton with a flurry of interesting finds at the heart of the site.
OA are hosting an open day for the residents of Weeley.
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