Aerial photographs show enclosures, pits, gullies and linear features at this site. Partial excavation has suggested a Later Prehistoric to Romano-British date, confirmed by radiocarbon dating. The location is in the area of Grove Field Farm, Wasperton.
Linear features, a rectangular enclosure and a possible pit alignment are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Partial excavation of the site uncovered an Iron Age round house and a series of gullies. The site is located 800m west of Long Lawford Lane.
The site of a possible Iron Age round house. The remains of the house were discovered during an excavation at Meon Hill. Various finds, including flint flakes, a spearhead, part of a whetstone and Iron Age/Roman pottery, were recovered.
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.
The remains of an Iron Age settlement were found during archaeological work. The remains included evidence for a round house. The site is located 500m north west of Church Lawford airfield.
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.
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.
A Middle Iron Age roundhouse was excavated at Rugby and Daventry Crematorium site in 2012. The roundhouse forms part of a growing corpus of similarly constructed features known from the region and represents further evidence for prehistoric land-use outside the major river valleys.
Geophysical survey has recorded evidence for at least two phases of settlement at this location. A large number of finds recovered from this area through metal detecting and fieldwalking suggest that this settlement dates to the Bronze Age/Early Iron Age periods. The quantities of finds recovered also suggests the presence of a midden site. This site lies 500m west of Upper Chelmscote.
A settlement dating to the Iron Age was found during an excavation. Round houses, ditches and a double pit alignment were found within an enclosure. The site is located 300m south east of Barford Wood.