Medieval features indicative of settlement, were found during an archaeological work at this site, west of Hockley Lane, Ettington. The features included ditches, pits a possible pond and buildings.
Pits and post holes of Early Medieval date were uncovered during part excavation of the site of the vicarage in Old Town, Stratford on Avon. Pottery of the same period was found in the pits and post holes.
The site of an Early Medieval settlement. Excavation has uncovered features and finds associated with occupation, including post holes, ditches, pits and enclosures. It is 150m north east of Bidford Bridge.
A pit of Early/Middle Bronze Age date, recorded during evaluation trial trenching between 32 and 46 Old Farm Road, Mancetter.
An enclosure visible as a cropmark on satellite imagery. It is located off Curdworth Lane, Wishaw.
An excavation at Seggs Lane, Alcester, found traces of occupation of Roman date. The archaelogical features that were recorded included pits and ditches.
During archaeological work in advance of gravel extraction, features and finds dating from the Palaeolithic to the Iron Age period were recorded. The site is to the east of Ryton on Dunsmore.
Medieval features, probably associated with former dwellings on the street frontages, were uncovered to the rear of The Kings Arms and Castle Hotel, Kenilworth.
Ring ditches, which were visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs, were excavated in advance of gravel extraction. They were dated to the Bronze Age. Flint flakes and tools were recovered. The site is to the south west of Wasperton.
The site of several early Medieval rubbish pits, excavated at Castle Lane, Warwick.