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Latest News (May 27 2018):

* We have announced dates for digging for all our active fieldwork for 2018 namely: Harspden Romano-British Site, Roman Villa near Goring, and Blewbury, and a revived dig at Ascott Park. See our Calendar, and the links to the project pages.


* The complete archive of SOAG Bulletin, SOAG's journal of record, is now available online with a full-text search capability - see SOAG Bulletin Archive. (The archive of SOAG Messengers is also available for members only. See SOAG Messenger Archive)


SOAG is one of the most active, independent archaeology groups in Oxfordshire engaged in excavation and landscape archaeology. We aim to promote an interest in all aspects of archaeology in South Oxfordshire. We welcome people of all ages and experience to take part in excavation, post excavation work, fieldwork and landscape study. We have a full programme of lectures by professional speakers and experienced members, and visits to places of interest.

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Roman Villa Excavation

The excavation runs on a number of Sundays between June and September. The excavation is run by SOAG archaeologists, and provides experience for diggers of all levels of ability. Details of the excavation at the villa can be found on the villa project pages. Fieldwork dates are available in the SOAG Calendar

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We periodically undertake other field projects. These may be full SOAG projects, such as our ongoing investigation of a Romano-British site at Hoghwood near Henley-on-Thames with other local organisations such as the Blewbury Local History Group. Click here for a description of all current and recent field projects. Fieldwork dates are available in the SOAG Calendar

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SOAG calendar for 2018

A calendar of all SOAG events in 2018, including lectures, visits, and dates for field work. Contact details are provided for each activity.

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Lectures and visits

The programme of public lectures for 2017-18 is now completed, . Summer visits are run for SOAG members and their guests. The summer visit for 2018 will be published shortly. Details of both programmes here.

Get Involved

Membership of the group gives you priority access to all SOAG fieldwork as well as receiving our regular newsletter, SOAG Messenger, our annual journal, SOAG Bulletin and access to the Members Area of our website.

If you would like to get involved in investigating South Oxfordshire's rich archaeological past or would like any further information go to the membership page for subscription rates and to download a membership form, or contact us for more information.

Members Area

This area of the website contains information aimed primarily at SOAG members although non-members are welcome to enter the and browse the contents list (link to Members Area). Information to be found here includes the SOAG constitution, our accounts, minutes of meetings and social events, and access to the archive of SOAG publications. It also contains further information about some of our field projects. Access to some sections requires membership login.

Brochure

Click here for a double sided A4 brochure which summarises SOAG's activities,, including the current lecture programme and also contains a membership form

The legal stuff

SOAG has policies in place for:

Insurance

Child Protection

Health and Safety

Data Protection