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Cropmarks south of Stockton
1 2 Cropmarks are visible on aerial photographs in fields to the south of Stockton, however it is unclear what these features are or their date. 3 Similar features are spread ...
Some cropmarks show on aerial photographs 500m to the south of Stockton. The function or date of these remain unknown.
Roman road or crop mark complex in Wellesbourne parish.
2 Road shows as a negative cropmark to the W of the River Dene. This is roughly in line with the ‘Probable Road’ on a map of the Avon valley ...
A section of a possible Roman road is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is located 1.4km north of Walton.
Possible archaeological features, Alveston
1 Two possible square features were identified by the AOC Assessment of Local Services Villages for Stratford-on-Avon District Council in 2012. 2 These features show up as crisp edges of platforms ...
Two possible square features were identified on LiDAR to the south of the village. They are probably modern in origin.
Roman Levels, 8A High Street, Alcester
1 The recovery of Roman pottery, ceramic building materials, faced limestone blocks and stone rubble from the base of the foundation trench (c.1.00m deep) may indicate the existence of ...
Roman pottery, ceramic building material and masonry recovered during archaeological work suggest a Roman stone building may have stood in this area. The site was located in the High Street, Alcester.
Earthworks Visible on AP at the Dingles
1 Aerial Photographs. 2 Visible on Aerial Photographs and on the ground. Possible hollow way leading to a ford. 3 Low level photos taken as part of the A432 Improvements Survey ...
The site of earthworks, particularly of a possible hollow way leading to a ford. They are of unknown date and are visible on aerial photographs. The site is situated 1km north of Hill Wootton.
Watching brief on land off Pendicke St, Southam
Negative watching brief. 1 Archaeological observation during the excavation of foundation trenches on land off Pendicke St, Southam, recorded no archaeological finds or features associated with the Medieval settlement of Southam.
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