An archaeological excavation in 1980 uncovered a Roman cemetery. Burials and some cremations were found but they included very few grave goods. The site now lies under NFU car park in Tiddington.
The 1925 excavation of the Roman site at Tiddington. Evidence of domestic occupation and a group of 10 burials were uncovered. The site is located at the northern end of Stratford upon Avon Golf Course.
Ditches and a well of Roman date were found during an excavation. Burials were later put in the ditches. The site was located at the corner of Seggs Lane and Priory Road, Alcester.
A Roman well was found during an excavation. It contained three cremation urns and a burial. The well was situated in an area to the north west of Little Lawford.
A cemetery dating to the Roman period was discovered during an archaeological excavation. The cemetery contained at least 40 burials. Finds included hobnailed footwear and metal work. The site is located south of Wasperton.
The possible site of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery dating to the Migration period. Four burials and grave goods, including a sword and a brooch, have been found at the site. It is located 1km north east of Churchover.
Findspot - a Roman cremation and a Roman coin hoard were found in Butter Street, Alcester.
Grave of Myrtilla, negro slave brought from Nevis to Britain by Mr Thomas Beauchamp.
Formal grid plan, some planting of trees and rhododendrons.
A cemetery containing burials of Late Iron Age and Roman date. The site is located south of Stretton on Fosse.