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Enclosure south of Meon Hill hillfort
1 Part of a possible double ditched enclosure is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is of unknown date and is located to the south of ...
Part of a possible double ditched enclosure is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The enclosure is of unknown date. It is located to the south of Meon Hill Iron Age hillfort.
Findspot - Neolithic stone axes, Meon Hill
1 Two Neolithic stone axes and a thin butted, partly polished, stone axe believed to be from the fort (WA 1825), were found at Meon Hill. 2 Also found four axes, ...
Findspot - several Neolithic stone axes were found on Meon Hill in the early 20th century.
Findspot - Neolithic flint flakes, Meon Hill
1 Finds from the ploughed fields inside Meon Hill. These included flint flakes and scrapers, also cores. Three possible Neolithic axes (WA 6065). A few flint flakes were found during ...
Findspot - various Neolithic flint artefacts, including flakes, scrapers and cores, were found on Meon Hill in the early 20th century.
Findspot - Bronze Age chisel
1 is said to have been found inside the hillfort. 2 Dating given as Middle Bronze Age.
Findspot - a socketed Bronze Age chisel believed to have been found on Meon Hill.
Findspot - Iron Age currency bars
1 In 1824 a large hoard of 394 currency bars was found 1.2m below the surface on Meon Hill. These currency bars were perhaps originally packed into a chest. 2 Hoard ...
Findspot - a large hoard of 394 Iron Age currency bars was found on Meon Hill.
Excavation of Possible Iron Age House at Meon Hill
1 An excavation was conducted in 1906. On the summit of the hill were a number of saucer-shaped depressions. One was excavated with walls built of small slabs of stone ...
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.
Roman Pottery and Coins, Meon Hill, Lower Quinton
1 Roman pottery and one or two small Roman brass coins were recorded from ploughed fields on Meon Hill. 2 A gentleman in 1922 also found Roman pottery. 3 Field walking produced ...
Findspot - Roman pottery and one or two small brass coins were found on Meon Hill.
Anglo-Saxon burial (possibly a cemetery), Meon Hill, Lower Quinton
1 May 1957. Anglo Saxon shield boss, spearhead and ferrule together with parts of a skeleton found at a depth of…. The boss, spearhead and ferrule now in Birmingham Museum. ...
An Anglo Saxon burial was found outside the western rampart of Meon Hill hillfort in 1957. Further finds suggest other burials.
Willicote Deserted Medieval Settlement
1 The manor of Willicote lay mainly in Quinton parish but included lands in Clifford Chambers in 1677. By the late 18th century Willicote Farm was one of the largest ...
Aerial photographs show a probable Medieval deserted village. It is located 100m east of RAF Long Marston and is visible as an earthwork.
Circular earthwork, South West of Radbrook Manor, Lower Quinton
2 Small circular earthwork shows on aerial photographs. Possibly not an antiquity.
A small circular earthwork of unknown date and function is visible on aerial photographs. It is situated 350m west of the Marchfont Brook, north east of Lower Quinton.
Meon Hall garden, Quinton
1 Meon Hall garden, Quinton. Lovie states that Meon Hall is a C16th stone farmhouse with small pleasure grounds, mixed planting and an orchard.
Farm with small pleasure grounds and orchard.
Quinton House garden, Lower Quinton
1 Quinton House garden, Lower Quinton. Lovie reports formal gardens with coniferous planting; lodge; drive. State of gardens unknown.
Formal gardens with drive and lodge.
Radbrook Manor Moat
1 An elaborate system of moats surrounded the 18th century Radbrook House, but most of these have been disused and filled up within recent years. 2 At SP1948 and SP1948 are ...
The site of Radbrook Manor moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building, which is Post Medieval in date. Two arms of the moat survive as an earthwork, 950m north west of Preston Bushes, Admington.
Cropmark features, E of Lower Quinton
12 Cropmarks were identified by the AOC Assessment of Local Services Villages for Stratford-on-Avon District Council in 2012 from Google Earth satellite imagery. 3 It is questionable as to whether these ...
A series of lienar features identifiable as cropmarks on Google Earth imagery. It is unclear whether they are of archaeological function.
WAAF and Communal Living Quarter Site, E of Long Marston Airfield
1 A large communal site, along with four dispersed sites and a separate WAAF domestic site located well away to the east of Long Marston airfield. 2 Described as utility build ...
A complex of domestic and communal buildings lying well to the east of RAF Long Marston, providing dispersed living quarters for those serving at the airfield.
Site of windmill at Lower Quinton
1 Stone tower mill. Built early 19th century. Three storeys, wooden machinery and two pairs of stones. Ceased work by 1870s. Sails off after 1914-18 war. Later, cap blown off. ...
The site of a windmill at Lower Quinton which was built during the Imperial period. Archaeological work on the windmill mound uncovered fragments of machinery and evidence that the foundations are still in place.
Site of Possible Moat SE of St Swithin's Church, Lower Quinton
1 Remains of moats in field next to Quinton church; thought by Broom to mark the site of the old manor house of Quinton. The area is generally marshy and ...
The site of a possible Medieval moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. It is situated in marshy ground 50m south east of St Swithin's Church, Lower Quinton.
Church of St Swithin, Lower Quinton
1 A Norman church. 2 Interior is earlier than exterior. Norman S arcade of two bays, with round piers. The N arcade is late 12th century. The chancel is Early English ...
The Church of St Swithin, Lower Quinton was erected in the Medieval period. It was altered structurally in the 12th and 14th centuries and underwent restoration in the Victorian era.
Alleged site of Willicote DMV
1 The site of Willicote DMV is accorded this grid reference in Beresford and Hurst (1971) where it is noted only in the gazetteer. 2 The alleged site is a field ...
The alleged site of the Medieval deserted settlement of Willicote, 300m east of RAF Long Marston.
Site of Clopton Deserted Medieval Settlement
1 Small rectangular entrenchment, doubtless of Roman origin. 2 In 1959 a section was cut across this earthwork. Records include a section drawing and a photograph and a note recording that ...
Cropmarks which are visible on aerial photographs may be the remains of a Medieval deserted settlement. The site is located 400m south east of Lower Clopton.
Iron Age Hillfort at Meon Hill
1 At an elevation of 194m on the flat top of a hill conspicuous for miles around. Originally the hill was encircled by a double line of defences. In 1906 ...
An Iron Age hillfort on Meon Hill, the remains of which are visible as earthworks. Excavation and site surveys have recorded the layout of the ramparts and internal features as well as producing a variety of finds.
Medieval Cross in Lower Quinton Churchyard
1 Medieval churchyard cross at Quinton, situated beside path near N porch. Square socket stone which seems to have had corners chamfered. Square shaft, each corner reeded dividing each face ...
The remains of a Medieval cross in the churchyard of St Swithin's, Lower Quinton.
Possible Deserted Medieval Settlement at Meon Hall
1 Site noted at this grid reference. 2 No surface trace of deserted settlement. 4 Aerial photograph shows possible ridges, banks and ditches on all sides of Meon Hall Farm. The site ...
Aerial photographs show what may be the remains of a Medieval deserted settlement. The site is located 200m east of Meon Hill and is visible as an earthwork.
Watching Brief at 20 The Firs, Lower Quinton
Redundant record (previously used to record an event).
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