A cropmark complex of linear features, pits and possible circular gullies are visible on aerial photographs. Fieldwalking located some Iron Age and Roman material. The site is situated 400m north west of Shotteswell.
Enclosures are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The site was excavated prior to development. Ditches, pits, a semi-circular feature, and some occupational debris were found, suggesting a rural settlement of Roman date. It was situated 300m east of Hail End Bridge.
The remains of Roman settlement were found during archaeological work in Gas House Lane, Alcester. Evidence of timber buildings, including pits and post holes, was found. Finds from the site included Roman jewellery and coins.
The site of a pottery kiln dating to the Roman period, which is known from finds of pottery. The site is located 800m north west of Turner's Green.
Aerial photographs show a complex of various enclosures, pits, gullies and linear features. Their date is uncertain, but they may be Iron Age or Roman and they may represent the remains of a settlement. They are located at Hatton Rock.
The possible site of a settlement. Enclosures, pits, ditches, and a possible field system are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Its date is uncertain, but it could be Iron Age. The features are situated 500m north west of the church at Salford Priors.
Aerial photographs showed enclosures, pits and linear features at this site. Geophysical and field surveys produced evidence of further pits and of multi-period occupation. The site lies 500m north west of the weir at Broom.
A fragment of walling, first exposed during excavation in the 1860s, was re-excavated during community excavations in 2011. Additional pits and possible post-holes were recorded.
During archaeological work, the brick foundations of a building and a large pit were found. The features dated to the Imperial period. The site is in West Street, Warwick.
Two quarry pits dated to the 19th century located at Parkside, Priory Road, Warwick.