Series: Oxford Archaeology North unpublished report series

Oxford Archaeology North
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Primary Contact: Joanne Levey
Associated OrganisationOxford Archaeology (North)

Introduction

Formerly part of Lancaster University, Oxford Archaeology North was born in the year 2000 and is the North of England branch of one of the largest independent archaeology and heritage practices in the Europe. Founded in 1973, Oxford Archaeology has a 30-year tradition of quality, innovation and service and has nearly 300 specialist staff employed in its offices in Oxford, Lancaster and Montpellier. Most archaeological work today is carried out in advance of development, and Oxford Archaeology is one of the leading service-providers in this field, but it also undertakes a wide range of strategic, heritage-management, environmental and research projects. As a registered educational charity, Oxford Archaeology also cares about helping people to discover and enjoy their heritage. We have welcomed many thousands of visitors to our sites on open days and tours, and volunteers have taken part in many of our major excavations. We have also published many popular publications and booklets and provided panels and leaflets for museum displays and schools.