A public drinking fountain dating to the Imperial period, and made up of an assemblage of architectural fragments. It is set in a wall at Little Wolford.
Possible Roman site with pottery and coins reported in area to south of Alko Works, Kineton Road, Southam. Limited details are available.
A circular crop mark 300m west of St Mary's Church, Ullenhall, which can be seen on an aerial photograph.
The site of a drinking fountain dated to the Imperial period is located 400m south west of Clay Bank Coppice.
An unidentified site, which might be Medieval in date, is visible as an earthwork and on aerial photographs. It is situated on the south side of Ansley.
A watermill at Upton/Haselor for which there is documentary evidence from the Medieval period. Its exact location is unknown.