An area of Roman settlement at Tiddington excavated in 1983. Features identified included pits and a corn drying kiln. The site lies to the north east of the National Farmers' Insurance Union building.
A pit cluster of Neolithic and Bronze Age date was found during an archaeological excavation. The pit cluster was situated 1km west of Church Lawford.
The site of a pit cluster. Some of the pits contained cremated bone and flint and dated to the Neolithic period whilst others were of Early Bronze Age date. The pit cluster was situated 1km north east of Bretford.
A small group of pits and gullies contained evidence of Iron Age activity. The site is 1.3m northwest of Copston Magna.
A boundary ditch dating to the Iron Age identified during an archaeological evaluation. The site is 900m northwest of Stockton church.
A group of Iron Age pits. Domestic materials were deposited in them, including pottery, querns and crop processing waste.
A group of Iron Age pits were recorded during a watching brief between the A3400 and a disused railway line.
An Iron Age settlement comprised of three-sub rectangular enclosures, with a nearby oval enclosure or ring ditch, was recorded during excavation at the former Peugeot Works. All three enclosures contained small pits groups and two enclosures probably contained roundhouses.
The site of a large ditched enclosure which is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. Inside the enclosure are the remains of a round house, pit cluster and a short ditch, all dating to the Iron Age. The eastern part of the enclosure was annexed in the Roman period. It is located 1km south west of Broom.
A pit cluster of Medieval and Post Medieval rubbish and cess pits was found during an excavation. Two ovens and pottery of the same period was also discovered. A small amount of Neolithic flint was also recovered. The site is situated on Brook Street, Warwick.