The possible site of a Roman temple. Roman coins and sherds of pottery have been found. The site is located at Alcock's Arbour, 1km south west of Haselor.
The site of a Roman temple lying 200m east of Lichfield Road, Coleshill. The temple was found during an archaeological excavation.
The site of a hoard discovered by a metal detectorist in 2008 of 1,146 denarii in a pot. Subsequent investigation by Warmington Heritage Group has recorded that the hoard was buried in a pit within the walls of a polygonal/circular stone building, with other possible votive deposits recorded in the vicinity. Excavation is ongoing.
The site of a landscape park, kitchen garden and formal garden dating to the Post Medieval to Imperial period. The features include a temple dating to the same period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and is located at Honington Hall.
A double-ditched enclosure visible on modern aerial photography, possibly Roman or medieval date.
A double enclosure is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The cropmark might represent the remains of a Roman temple. It is situated 1km west of Lawford Heath.
The suggested site of a pagan temple on Harrow Hill, the name 'Harrow' possibly refers to a place of worship. There are no earthworks present, but the site may date to the Migration Period.