The site of a possible hillfort, possibly dating to the Iron Age. Ditches and ramparts are still visible as earthworks in places. The site is located at Wappenbury.
An Iron Age hillfort on Meon Hill, the remains of which are visible as earthworks. Excavation and site surveys have recorded the layout of the ramparts and internal features as well as producing a variety of finds.
The site of a possible hillfort which dates to the Iron Age. The earthworks of the ramparts are visible on aerial photographs and it is located 1km south west of Fenny Compton.
An earthwork, which is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs it has been suggested as a possible Iron Age Hill Fort but is more likely to be a Neolithic Enclosure with Iron Age Features within it. It is located 600m south east of Thornton Wood at Ettington in South Warwickshire.
Barnmoor Wood Camp, a hillfort dating to the Iron Age. The remains survive as earthworks. The site is located 500m west of Barnmoor Green.
Corley Camp, an Iron Age hillfort which is visible as an earthwork. It is situated on Burrow Hill, 200m east of Corley.
Harborough Banks, the site of a hillfort dating to the Iron Age. Some areas of the hillfort are still visible as earthworks. It is located 300m north of Broom Hall Bridge.
An Iron Age earthwork, probably a hillfort. The ramparts can still be traced. The site is located 800m south east of Beausale.
Nadbury Camp, an Iron Age hillfort. In some areas the ramparts are still visible as earthworks. The hillfort is located 400m south of Arlescote.
Oakley Wood Camp, the possible site of an Iron Age hillfort. Substantial banks are visible as earthworks within the wood. An alternative suggestion is that the banks are connected to the management of the woodland. The site is located 1km north of Ashorne Hill.