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Lower Palaeolithic Occupation at Bubbenhall
1 Over 100 Lower Paaleolithic artefacts recovered since the 1980s, most since 2004. Includes four andesite handaxes, two of the finest workmanship, the rest quartzite choppers, cores and flakes, ...
A lower Palaeolithic occupation site, predating the Anglian glaciation.
Saxon occupation at Chesterton Roman Camp
1 Ten week excavation on Chesterton Camp (SMR No WA 798). There was evidence for Saxon occupation on the site although whether or not this was merely casual ...
An archaeological excavation at Chesterton Roman Camp found evidence for Anglo Saxon occupation of undetermined nature. Two small fires were discovered. Finds from the site included fragments of pottery and a decorated bone comb.
Excavation of Iron Age Settlement at Tiddington 198
1 1980: Excavation of Roman settlement (PRN 4466) produced evidence for Iron Age settlement. These consisted of two areas of pits and gullies, one in the NE of the excavated ...
Evidence of Iron Age occupation was found during archaeological work. There were two areas of gullies and pits containing domestic rubbish. The site lies under the NFU carpark at Tiddington.
Roman occupation site, Alcester.
1 Trial trench across development site by C Mahany revealed traces of dense occupation. Not fully investigated. 23 No further information at this time, as this excavation is not recorded in ...
Excavation of an area to the north of Seggs Lane found evidence that the site had been occupied during the Roman period.
Medieval features at Glebe Farm, Long Itchington
1 An evaluation carried out by Warwickshire Museum at Glebe Farm, Long Itchington in May 1992 located various features and finds representing the remains of Medieval settlement. Part ...
During archaeological work the remains of ditches, trackways and post holes were uncovered. The features suggested that this area was occupation site of Medieval date. It was located to the west of Southam Road, Long Itchington.
Excavation of Medieval Settlement at Bermuda Road
1 Area 5.2m by 12.8m stripped in advance of building construction. Medieval roadside ditches with successive recuts and an area producing 13th century wasters revealed. Some pottery and a late ...
Evidence of Medieval occupation and a kiln was found during excavations at Bermuda Road, Chilvers Coton.
Roman occupation site, Alcester.
1 Excavation showed occupation over a considerable period from late C1 to late C4. This included a sherd of Samian. There was a considerable area of flag-paving with one post ...
Evidence for Roman occumpation of this site was found during an excavation. A paved area with a post hole in the middle was found as well as Roman pottery and coins. The site lies to the east of Birch Abbey, Alcester.
Undated cropmark enclosure, Wixford
2 Three sides of an enclosure with a W entrance show on air photographs. 3 During community fieldwalking a scatter of Romano-British pottery was recovered to the south, indicating a rural ...
An enclosure of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 400m north of George's Elm Lane. Possibly part of an Iron Age/Romano-British rural farmstead.
Lithic Scatter, Wixford Lodge Farm, Wixford
1 A total of 52 pieces of flint were recovered during a community fieldwalking project at Wixford Lodge Farm. The composition of the assemblage, consisting of tools and waste flakes, ...
A total of 52 pieces of flint were recovered during fieldwalking by members of the community at Wixford Lodge Farm. The composition of the assemblage indicates a multi-period settlement site.
Iron Age/Romano-British site west of Fenny Compton
1 Site description. Ongoing work by the Feldon Archaeological Society has recorded a settlement site, first indicated by a wall uncovered by the farmer. The pottery assemblage spans the middle ...
Iron Age and Romano-British occupation site.
Possible Prehistoric occupation, Cryfield House Farm
1 An evaluation carried out at this location recovered a concentration of Mesolithic and Neolithic finds. The excavators believe that a number of undated archaeological features, including post holes, identified ...
Various finds may be associated with features such as post holes found during an excavation. They suggest that this may have been a settlement or occupation site during the Mesolithic or Neolithic periods. The site lies to the south of Cryfield Village.
Roman villa at Belmont, Exhall
1 Archaeological observation at this location (WA 8327) revealed evidence for Roman occupation, in the form of walls and a ditch. These appeared to respect the alignment of the cropmark ...
The remains of a Roman occupation site were found during archaeological work. Ditches and walls were discovered along with painted wall plaster and a hypocaust. The site was located 100m north of the church at Exhall.
Waverley Wood Farm Pit Palaeolithic site, Bubbenhall
1 A palaeolithic site first recognised in 1984, revealed during the extraction of the overlying periglacial gravels. An ancient river course with four distinct channels. The most important ...
Findspot - four Palaeolithic handaxes, a pebble tool and a scraper were found in a river channel 1km south of Bubbenhall. The finds suggest that this was a pre-Anglian Lower Palaeolithic occupation site.
Arch Observation at 1-5 Bleachfield Street
1 Archaeological observation of the construction of a car park revealed Roman deposits representing features which were roughly aligned with previously excavated structures. The Roman road (WA451), was not ...
Evidence of Roman occupation was found during archaeological work in Bleachfield Street, Alcester.
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