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Oxford Archaeology
Oxford Archaeology is the one of the largest independent archaeology and heritage practices in Europe with nearly 400 specialist staff, with permanent offices in Oxford, Lancaster, Cambridge and Montpellier and Caen in France. Founded in 1973, we have a 35-year tradition of quality, innovation and service.
As a registered educational charity, we also care 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.

University of Oxford
The University of Oxford is one of the leading universities in the world. It was the first University in the English-speaking world and its aim is to remain at the forefront of centres of learning, teaching and research.


Daming Palace National Heritage Park
The Xi'an Qujiang Daming Palace Heritage Site Preservation and Development Office is in charge of the  Tang Daming Palace- a key project of the Chinese 11th Five Year Plan heritage protection strategy and a leading project for the qualification of the Silk Road as a World Cultural Heritage site. The park is estimated to cover 3.2 sq/km, 4.5 times the size of the Forbidden city in Beijing. (only in Chinese)