A rare late Upper Palaeolithic site has been discovered by archaeologists during an excavation in Guildford. The site contained thousands of struck flint tools which date back to the end of the ...

19th December 2013:

In November, Oxford Archaeology took part in an event celebrating recent archaeological work in Ashford, Kent. This was organised by Kent County Council’s Heritage Conservation Team and held at ...

16th December 2013:

Mystery objects recovered from OA North’s excavations at Stainton on the Carlisle Northern Development Route in Cumbria for Birse Civils Ltd have been causing a stir in the media. ...

13th December 2013:

The project Romans of Fane Road community heritage was launched on Saturday 30th November. In the lead up to the launch, posters and project information were sent to over ...

6th December 2013:

The nominations for the sixth annual Current Archaeology Awards have been announced. Oxford Archaeology has received two nominations. Each year, the Archaeologist of the Year award recognises archaeologists for ...

13th November 2013:

Children from a south London primary school got the chance to see archaeologists in action last week at Oxford Archaeology’s excavation at the Woolwich Arsenal, where they found out ...

7th November 2013:

DP World has opened its new deep-sea container port at London Gateway in the Thames Estuary to shipping. A container vessel from South Africa loaded with fruit and wine ...

6th October 2013:

Oxford Archaeology's 40th anniversary celebrations last week caught the attention of reporters from the Oxford Mail, who came along to the reception at the King's Centre to take a ...

1st November 2013:

Oxford Archaeology celebrated its 40th anniversary on 30th October with a reception, presentations, and a chance for friends, colleagues and guests to catch up and share memories of forty years of archaeological ...

30th October 2013:

Oxford Archaeology celebrated four decades of success in archaeological services with a 40th anniversary event at the King’s Centre, Osney Mead, on 30th October.

From its beginnings in 1973 ...

23rd October 2013:

OA East's community heritage project, 'The Romans of Fane Road', which recently won a grant of £88,200 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to deliver a wide range of community ...

8th October 2013:

Oxford Archaeology East, working with Fane Road Allotment Association and supported by the City Archaeologist at Peterborough City Council, has been awarded a grant of £88,200 from the Heritage ...


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