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.
Excavations took place within the Roman Fort at Mancetter. Post holes were recorded suggesting that buildings had stood at this site. Various finds were recovered including pottery and coins. The site was located west of Quarry Lane, Mancetter.
The remains of buildings dating to the Roman period in the town of Manduessedum were excavated. The site is located 500m south east of Witherley Bridge, Mancetter.
A boundary ditch dating to the Iron Age identified during an archaeological evaluation. The site is 900m northwest of Stockton church.
Two ditches and a fragment of pottery, dating to the Iron Age, were discovered during an excavation. Two post holes were found which may also date to the Iron Age. The ditches may represent a boundary feature. The site is located 200m north of Wellesbourne church.
The site of a possible Iron Age round house. A circle of post holes was found during an excavation as well as Iron Age pottery. The site is located 500m west of Stretton on Fosse.
Excavation of this site in advance of quarrying, found evidence of Iron Age activity, including a post hole, pits, elongated features and pottery with finger tip decoration. The location was at Church Hill, Burton Dassett.
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.
Archaeological excavation in advance of a road development uncovered a gully and post holes. These features related to at least one dwelling dating to the late Iron Age/early Romano British. The site is situated 450m north west of The Rookery.
During archaeological work in Stratford Street, Nuneaton, the remains of a Medieval building were found. Medieval pottery dating to the 14th century was also found at the site.