The possible site of an Anglo Saxon cemetery. Several burials, dating to the Migration period, were found. They contained grave goods, including a spearhead and a sword. The burials were situated to the south west of Halford Bridge.
In 1861, ten human skeletons were discovered. They are believed to have been buried in a cemetery which dates to the Migration period. They were found in a stone pit 1km north west of St Peters Church at Kineton.
The possible site of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery dating to the Migration period. The site lies 400m north east of the church at Clifton upon Dunsmore.
The site of a possible Anglo Saxon burial dating to the Migration or Early Medieval period. An urn and fragments of human bone were found within a earth mound. The site lies 600m north of Long Itchington.
A Neolithic mortuary enclosure was excavated at this site. A cremation, post holes, a ditch and pits were found. The site was 600m south of Wasperton.
Excavation of a ring ditch shown on aerial photographs uncovered evidence to suggest this was a Bronze Age barrow. A Roman pit was found to the west of the ditch. The site is 400m east of Hail End Bridge, Charlecote.
An excavation of a round barrow dating to the Neolithic period uncovered a ring ditch and a human burial with a flint knife. The site is located 850m south of the church, Wasperton.
A Nonconformist mortuary chapel which was built during the Imperial period. The building is still standing but is in use as a tool store. It is situated in the Clifton Road Cemetery, Rugby.
A mortuary chapel dating to the Imperial period. It was built on the site of a Medieval chapel, and is situated 300m south east of Little Spring Coppice.
The outer court, or precinct of the priory, suggested by the medieval topography of Nuneaton. Archaeological investigation within the area of the precinct has recorded various medieval deposits.