With more than thirty years of existence, the archaeological service of the city of Beauvais has enabled the discovery of a large number of archaeological objects. From the Neolithic globular bottle to the World War II ointment tube, all categories of materials are represented, including the most fragile. The valley of the Thérain river, where Beauvais was settled, has indeed provided conditions for the conservation of various objects made of organic matter such as wood. This is how the 171 wooden objects preserved in the archaeological department of Beauvais were collected, few of which are brought together in this catalogue. These objects, that are dated from the ancient period to the contemporary period, find their place in the domestic domain, crafts, entertainment but also construction and assembly. This catalog remains not exhaustive since other operations are likely to feed it but also because several objects, in particular related to cooperage, are under study.