Site of the Roman town of Chesterton by the side of the Fosse Way. Site consists of a defended enclosure and an extensive extramural area of roads, buildings and boundaries. Occupation appears to run from the 1st to 4th century AD.
The site of the small Roman town of Tripontium. The town was in existence between the 1st and 4th centuries AD and probably had its heyday in the 2nd century AD. Excavations have taken place at the site since the 1960s. Tripontium is situated 1km south west of Shawell.
The Roman town of Alcester, originally a fort, which was surrounded by a defensive rampart. The town comprised an industrial zone in the Birch Abbey area, a residential area to the east, and several cemeteries.
The characteristics of the layout of town of Atherstone can be traced from the Medieval period through to the present day. Although changes were made in later times, the Medieval layout of the town has not altered fundamentally.
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.
Evidence for the Medieval town, including the remains of houses, was found during an archaeological excavation. The discoveries were made in Wood Street, Stratford upon Avon.
The Medieval town of Mancetter.
The Medieval town of Rugby.