The head of the fishing leister - with bone point. Image:MUSEUM LOLLAND-FALSTER

Intact Leister spear proves the point

At the archaeological investigations ahead of the construction of the future Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link, in Denmark archaeologists from Museum Lolland-Falster have found an...
Boat 1550BC is placed into the water at Dover Harbour

By Way of the Sea: Exploring a Bronze Age maritory in...

Peter Clark from the Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd has provided this screencast of his lecture to the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Stirling Castle Midden and artefacts from Back Walk

Recently published research reveals a range of artefacts recovered from two sites on the edge of the medieval burgh and castle at Stirling, that...
Archaeologists from OA North were recording Hope Hall as it was being dismantled. Image Oxford Archaeology

OA North plays role in Liverpool’s prize-winning Everyman Theatre

Oxford Archaeology was involved in the project to rebuild Liverpool's Everyman Theatre, which has won this year's Riba Stirling Prize. The building of the first...

Digging Becket: The Excavation of an Archbishop’s Palace in Kent

Since 2016 Aldington & Romney Archaeology have been engaging in excavations to uncover the story behind Thomas Becket’s palace at Aldington.  The earliest written...

One of the largest villas in Roman Britain found in Oxfordshire

An investigation by Oxford Archaeology on the Broughton Castle estate near Banbury has shed light on what has been revealed to be one of...

Muddy diggers – Living the Dream

Muddy diggers at an OAEast site yesterday. Living the dream! pic.twitter.com/ybU6H9Aj8F — Oxford Archaeology (@oatweet) November 27, 2014 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Heeley City Farm get Wessex support for Graveyard Survey

Following on from the highly successful three-year HLF Community Heritage project ‘Exploring Tinsley Manor’ with Heeley City Farm and Tinsley Junior School (now Tinsley...

Bronze Age makers mark on Dorset Urn

This on-going project follows on from a desk-based assessment, fieldwalking and evaluation at the quarry site. The latest phase of excavation revealed a ring ditch...
The remains of a Roman villa were unearthed. Image: Cotswold Archaeology

Exhibition of the Hinkley Point C excavations

Included in the display will be finds from Cotswold Archaeology’s recent excavations and historic maps which show how the area has more recently developed. Excavations...