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.
In 2023 Oxford Archaeology is celebrating fifty years at the forefront of archaeological practice in the UK.
From the natural landscape of prehistoric Britain to First World War graves, our research into the past has a positive impact on the world today. See how our team contribute to national and international research.
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Read about our Iron Age and Roman excavations in Wintringham.
Read about works at Wellcome Genome Campus in Hinxton spanning prehistory to the Roman occupation.
Grange Farm is surrounded by a large number of archaeological sites, read the blog to learn what we discovered.
March highlights took us all the way to the Mesolithic with the first confirmed cremation from the period , then to Heathrow T5 and Stansted.
In February, we celebrated World Wetlands Day with one of OA North's historic projects, the North West Wetlands Survey and looked at an egg-cellent find from Roman Buckinghamshire.
To kick off OA's 50th birthday, we started with the finds that symbolise OA's three regional offices.
From prehistoric pits to a Napoleonic war military camp, Weeley had lots to reveal and we posted regular updates on this blog.
In 2022, Oxford Archaeology excavated the site of a proposed children’s home on the outskirts of the West Oxfordshire village of Aston.
Oxford Archaeology undertook an excavation of an Iron Age settlement at Hook Norton Road, Sibford Ferris, Oxfordshire.
Follow our community excavation on Little Asby Common.
Browse through our highlights celebrating 50 years of Oxford Archaeology.
We started May by exploring Angel Meadow's in Manchester and then marked Local and Community History Month.