An Anglo Saxon cemetery dating to the Migration period was discovered during an archaeological excavation. It contained at least 116 burials and 24 cremations. Finds included spears, knives, brooches and beads. The site is located south of Wasperton.
A mortuary chapel dating to the Imperial period. It was built on the site of a Medieval chapel, and is situated 300m south east of Little Spring Coppice.
The site of a cemetery containing Anglo Saxon cremation burials and inhumations dating to the Migration or Early Medieval periods. Brooches, tweezers, and buckles were amongst the objects found with the burials. The cemetery was situated to the east of Baginton.
The possible site of an Anglo Saxon cemetery, dating to the Migration or Early Medieval period. Two skeletons, one of a woman and one a child, were found to the north of the church at Lighthorne.
During archeological work at Castle Hill Baptist Church eight burials were discovered. These burials date to the Post Medieval and Imperial periods.
The site of a C-shaped enclosure containing pits and post holes. It may have been a Neolithic mortuary enclosure. The site is 1km north east of Bushey Hill, Barford.
The excavation of an Iron Age settlement. Features and finds include enclosures, a ditch, pits, cesspits, an infant burial, animal skulls and pottery. The site is immediately to the north east of the Rollright Stones.
The site of an Anglo Saxon burial site. Archaeological work has uncovered skeletons, cremation burials and hearths. The grave goods included jewellery, vessels and weapons. The cemetery was located to the north east of Alveston Manor Hotel.
Three human burials of unknown date were found on the south west edge of Chesterton Wood. The skeletons were all male and all had their feet pointing to the east.
An Anglo Saxon burial was found outside the western rampart of Meon Hill hillfort in 1957. Further finds suggest other burials.