The Medieval deserted settlement of Chelmscote. Hollow ways, house platforms and enclosures are visible as earthworks. The site is located 1km north west of Compton Wynyates.
The site of a Medieval deserted settlement. Hollow ways and house platforms survive as earthworks. Fragments of Medieval pottery and roof tiles have been found at the site which lies to the west of Long Itchington.
The site of a Medieval shrunken settlement, with four areas of desertion. House platforms, hollow ways, trackways, and a pond are visible as earthworks and on aerial photographs. It is situated to the west of Flecknoe.
The remains of a possible moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. It could date from the Medieval period through to the Imperial period. It remains visible as an earthwork, and also shows up on aerial photographs. It is located 450m southeast of Newton. A possible associated fishpond and traces of house platforms and other features are also visible on aerial photography.
The possible site of a Medieval shrunken village at Priors Marston. The remains of the village are visible as earthworks, including several house platforms. The site lies to the north of Priors Marston.
The possible site of a Post Medieval shrunken village for which documentary evidence survives. House platforms, a hollow way and ridge and furrow cultivation are all visible as earthworks. The site is located 500m to the east of Sawbridge.
The site of Wolfhampcote Medieval deserted settlement. There is documentary evidence for its existence and abandonment by the 16th century. Aerial photographs and part excavation, suggest a moat, a hollow way, fishponds, buildings.
The Medieval deserted settlement of Brookhampton. The remains are visible as earthworks, which particularly reveal the foundations of the houses. The village is also known from documentary evidence. It was located north of Butlers Marston.
The site of the Medieval deserted settlement Compton Scorpion. Aerial photographs show earthworks of enclosures, hollow ways and house platforms. The settlement is located to the south of Windmill Hill.
The site of King's Hill Medieval deserted settlement. A trackway, house platforms and an area of ridge and furrow cultivation are visible as earthworks. The settlement has been partially excavated. The site is located 400m south west of Finham Green.