Online Archaeological Resources
The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) team in York has used the current lull in its work programme to put together an Archaeology Resources Hub. There's an eclectic mixture of stuff on there, so you may well find something to take your interest while stuck indoors over the next few weeks/months.
There's also a list on there of archaeological sites across the UK that are usually open to the public and which have launched survival appeals to help them get through the current crisis. There's a very real danger that some might be forced to close permanently without the money from gate receipts that they usually rely upon.
Other AAAHS Websites
The Abingdon Buildings & People website now has almost 150 articles on Abingdon's historic streets and buildings, its families and people. The project is ongoing, and would welcome additional members.
The Ock Street Heritage Project is no longer active, but much of its output is available online.
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/aaahs/info is a group site for discussion of anything within the AAAHS field of interest. You don't have to be a member to join. If you have a question about Abingdon's history or archaeology, an opinion to air or an announcement to make, this is the place.
Other Abingdon interest
The Abingdon town website - information, organisations, events
The Abingdon Blog - a long-running chronicle of local happenings
Abingdon Walks - walks, information and picture gallery
Friends of Abingdon - civic society
Abingdon Roll of Honour - Abingdon men in the Great War
Abingdon Roll of Honour - searchable
Charters of Abingdon Abbey in the time of Faritius - what you get when you are obstetrician to the king's wife and mistresses!
Abingdon and surrounding areas facts and history is an interesting FaceBook page
Related societies in and around Abingdon