Roman Ditches and Gullies, 121 Tiddington Road
Archaeological evaluation and a subsequent watching brief revealed 1st and 2nd century gullies and a ditch in the north-eastern part of the Roman 'small town' of Tiddington.
12 The evaluation, excavation and subsequent watching brief revealed 1st and 2nd century gullies and a ditch in the north-eastern part of the Roman ‘small town’. These enclosed areas were peripheral to the main focus of settlement. The site witnessed no further activity until the 4th century or later, when a boundary ditch was cut, disturbing earlier features. The ditch appeared to relate to similar evidence uncovered during excavations to the south-west by Warwickshire Museum Field Services in 1988, and possibly a large ditch observed during 1981 investigations south of Tiddington Road.
Closely linked to 1988 excavations.