The Australian memorial at Fromelles

11th April 2013:

A further five Australian soldiers, who were killed at the Battle of Fromelles in northern France during the First World War, were named at the annual Joint Identification Board ...

Antiquarian excavation of a Roman hypocaust on Park

10th April 2013:

Archaeologists from OA North have begun a two-staged evaluation for the Environment Agency in partnership with Derby City Council in advance of a new flood defence scheme. The 'Our ...

The heritage workshop in Cetinje, Montenegro

10th April 2013:

Oxford Archaeology recently conducted a capacity building workshop in Cetinje, Montenegro, for the Ministry of Culture and the British Council. The workshop concentrated on project design and management in ...

Test-pits and new trees at the Bowling Green site, Wimpole Hall

8th April 2013:

OA East’s test-pitting at Wimpole Hall, Cambridgeshire, brought in the cameras from the BBC’s Look East programme, and ITV’s Anglia news. In addition to the television coverage, the project ...

The excavation underway at Swinton Unitarian Free Church

8th April 2013:

A combined team from the OA North and OA South offices recently undertook a programme of excavation, on behalf of Prospect Archaeology, at the ...

Visitors examine some of the many finds that have been recovered

8th April 2013:

In early March, on perhaps the brightest, warmest and driest Saturday we have had this winter, OA staff, who have been excavating for the ...

Richard Brown at Current Archaeology Live 2013

8th April 2013:

Two Oxford Archaeology projects were nominated for the prestigious Current Archaeology Awards for 2013, which were held at the recent Current Archaeology Live conference on 1-2 March. The projects, ...

OA's Dan Poore with skeletons from Frideswide Minster, Oxford

12th March 2013:

The City of Oxford is to get a new Heritage Plan – with help from Oxford Archaeology. The plan, prepared by Oxford City Council, Oxford Preservation Trust and English Heritage, will ...

Visitors learn about the Victorian cellars during an open day

5th March 2013:

OA North’s excavation on the site of the new National Graphene Institute in Manchester has been gaining attention in the national and international media, as archaeologists uncovered the remains ...

Burnley's Queen Street mill, which is shown in the programme

26th February 2013:

OA North’s survey of Lancashire's textile mills, led by Ian Miller, featured on the BBC’s Inside Out North West programme on Monday 25th February. The film was broadcast on ...

18th February 2013:

The spectacular discoveries at Oxford Archaeology's excavation at Great Western Park, Didcot, has attracted the attention of the media, including the BBC. Click here to read an article on the BBC News ...

La Glacerie: A hut, one of the finds and a view of the camp

24th January 2013:

The story of Oxford Archaeology’s excavation of a World War II prisoner of war camp at La Glacerie in Normandy has been published in a ground-breaking book on the archaeology of prisoner ...


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