The remains of a Medieval settlement were found during archaeological work. The remains comprised a boundary ditch, building and a yard. The site was located 800m east of Ryton on Dunsmore.
The possible extent of the medieval settlement at Nuneaton based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1888 and known archaeological features.
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.
Pebble surface, possibly former medieval yard surface. Pottery was found dating to, at earliest 12th century through to 15th century, and elsewhere pottery dating between 17th and 19th century was also found.
A well-made, substantial pebble surface was recorded during observation on land adjacent to Burley House. The only secure dating evidence for the surface was a single sherd of medieval pottery, which is not conclusive. !Timetrail Test!
Post Medieval features and finds recovered during excavations at Coughton Court. Features included a yard, walls and floors relating to the construction and occupation of the east range and a revetment at the south part of the moat.
A Post Medieval Yard surface and boundary ditch were found at the former Hutfields Garage, Saltisford
Post-medieval and undated features, including pits, a pond, probable boundary ditches, and yard surfaces, recorded during archaeological observation at 42-46 High Street, Hillmorton, Rugby.
A pit and several gullies were identified. The site was located north of the church at Ryton.
The site of a railway station and goods yard dating to the Imperial period. They are situated 400m north east of the church, Salford Priors.