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Historic sites (28)
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Iron Age (9)
Excavation of Neolithic Settlement at Brook Street
1 1968: More than 30 shallow pits containing early Neolithic flints and pottery were found, together with a number of small post holes which may represent a rectangular building. Evidence ...
A Neolithic settlement was found during an archaeological excavation. Pit clusters and post holes, possibly representing a rectangular building, were discovered. Flint artefacts, including an arrowhead, and pottery were found. The site was located near Brook Street, Warwick.
Medieval and post-medieval features at 31, 33 and 25 Brook St, Warwick
1 165sq.m behind Nos 25, 31 and 33 Brook Street was excavated in summer 1973 prior to redevelopment. There were at least 33 cess and rubbish pits of Medieval ...
A pit cluster of Medieval and Post Medieval rubbish and cess pits was found during an excavation. Two ovens and pottery of the same period was also discovered. A small amount of Neolithic flint was also recovered. The site is situated on Brook Street, Warwick.
Settlement enclosure/ Kings Newnham Site A
1 Undated settlement, consisting of a subrectangular enclosure and linear features, shows on aerial photographs. 2 In advance of the laying of a gas pipeline, a 20m wide section of the ...
The site of a settlement, possibly of Iron Age or Romano-British date. It is visible as a series of cropmarks on aerial photographs. The settlement is situated 800m north west of Newnham Hall.
Iron Age ditch and pit group in Stockton
1 A ‘territorial’ boundary ditch dated to the Iron Age by pottery which was uncovered during an evaluation. A small group of undated pits and postholes were identified mainly to ...
A boundary ditch dating to the Iron Age identified during an archaeological evaluation. The site is 900m northwest of Stockton church.
Excavation of Roman Settlement at Tiddington, 1983
1 1983: Small trench excavated to locate a trackway (PRN 4468) revealed pits and a ditch. To the S was a more extensive series of pits. Two of the pits ...
An area of Roman settlement at Tiddington excavated in 1983. Features identified included pits and a corn drying kiln. The site lies to the north east of the National Farmers' Insurance Union building.
1 More than 30 shallow pits containing early Neolithic flints and pottery were found, together with a number of small post holes which may represent a rectangular building. Evidence ...
A pit cluster and post holes, which may represent a rectangular building, were found during an excavation. Flints and pottery dating to the Neolithic period were also found. The site probably represented a Neolithic settlement and was located around Brook Street, Warwick.
Excavation of Poss Neolithic Pit Cluster - 'Site B'
1 1965: Excavation revealed storage pits of two types – perhaps Neolithic. Aerial photographs show an oval cluster of small pits, over twenty in number. On excavation the basic features ...
A pit cluster was excavated and was found to be a series of stake holes and gullies. These are believed to represent one oval building and part of a rectangular building. The site may be Neolithic in date and is located 300m northwest of Bushey Hill.
Iron Age pits group at Shipston Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
1 The pit group contains pottery and flint and belong to a growing corpus of similar features across the region thought most likely to be receptacles for arcane acts associated ...
A group of Iron Age pits were recorded during a watching brief between the A3400 and a disused railway line.
Undated pit cluster
2 An undated pit cluster shows on aerial photographs.
A pit cluster of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The pit cluster is situated 500m east of Wolston.
Undated pit clusters, Wolston
2 Two small clusters of pits of uncertain date show on aerial photographs. 3 Site no 101 in survey. 4 Two pit clusters, a pit alignment, three ditched enclosures (MWA 3420) and ...
Two pit clusters of unknown date are visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. They are situated to the south of Wolston.
Excavation of Iron Age Settlement at Wasperton
1 Excavation undertaken between 1980 and 1985 in advance of gravel extraction. Settlement 1 was a subsquare enclosure with sides approximately 50m in length and a single entrance central to ...
The site of five settlements dating to the Iron Age were discovered during excavation. Enclosures, ditches, post holes, hearths and pit clusters were found along with an inscribed stone and pieces of antler. The site is located south of Wasperton.
Undated crop mark enclosures, W of Meadowside, Bretford
2 Traces of up to three possible undated enclosures show on aerial photographs. 3 The cropmarks apparent on aerial photographs were mapped as part of the English Heritage National Mapping Project. ...
Three possible enclosures of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Fieldwalking suggests that they are prehistoric in date and possibly represent settlement activity. They are situated between Bretford and Wolston.
Iron Age/Roman cropmark enclosure, Salford Priors
2 A rectangular enclosure and two sides of a second possible enclosure show on air photographs. 3 Evaluation of the site in advance of the A435 Norton Lenchwick Bypass work found ...
The site of a large ditched enclosure which is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. Inside the enclosure are the remains of a round house, pit cluster and a short ditch, all dating to the Iron Age. The eastern part of the enclosure was annexed in the Roman period. It is located 1km south west of Broom.
Cropmark Complex to E of Bushey Hill, Barford
1 A large complex of cropmark features including ring ditches, enclosures, pits and linear features. Excavation produced evidence for Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Romano British occupation. ...
During an excavation evidence for a settlement was found. The features included pit clusters, ditches, enclosures and barrows. The settlement existed at the site from the Neolithic to the Roman period. It was situated east of Bushey Hill, Barford.
Enclosure and pits beside the Small Brook, Bidford on Avon
1 An enclosure and pits seen as crop marks on aerial photographs beside the Small Brook to the south of Bidford on Avon were mapped as part of the English ...
An enclosure and pits can be seen as crop marks on aerial photographs beside the Small Brook to the south of Bidford on Avon.
Pit Cluster near Salford Priors
1 A discrete cluster of pits seen on aerial photographs was mapped as part of the English Heritage National Mapping Project. 2 Part of a cropmark complex recorded as MWA6291.
A discrete cluster of pits can be seen on aerial photographs.
Settlement with pits, linear ditches and ditched enclosures in the parish of Long Compton
1 Crop marks seen on aerial photographs indicate a small multiphase settlement consisting of three rectilinear enclosures, numerous pits and a curvilinear boundary ditch, which partially defines the site. The ...
Settlement with pits, linear ditches and ditched enclosures are apparent on aerial photographs near South Hill Farm near Long Compton.
Iron Age pit Group at High Cross Quarry, Copston Magna, Warwickshire
1 A group of pits, which were too shallow to have been for storage purposes, were excavated. The majority contained domestic materials including pottery, querns, cremated animal bone, charcoal, crop ...
A group of Iron Age pits. Domestic materials were deposited in them, including pottery, querns and crop processing waste.
Iron Age settlement, Ryton-on-Dunsmore Former Peugeot Works
1 Part of an Iron Age settlement comprised at least three subrectangular enclosures and a nearby oval enclosure or ring ditch was recorded during excavation at the former Peugeot Works. ...
An Iron Age settlement comprised of three-sub rectangular enclosures, with a nearby oval enclosure or ring ditch, was recorded during excavation at the former Peugeot Works. All three enclosures contained small pits groups and two enclosures probably contained roundhouses.
Iron Age activity at High Cross Quarry
1 Pits and gullies showed evidence for a limited amount of Iron Age activity. 2Topsoil stripping north of a quarry centered on SP46558890 revealed a small group of pits containing heat-cracked ...
A small group of pits and gullies contained evidence of Iron Age activity. The site is 1.3m northwest of Copston Magna.
Group of Pits at Church Lawford
1 Within and in the vicinity of an early Neolithic enclosure ditch were a group of pits which contained particular and distinct assemblages of flintwork, pottery, cremated bones, charred ...
A pit cluster of Neolithic and Bronze Age date was found during an archaeological excavation. The pit cluster was situated 1km west of Church Lawford.
Group of pits at King's Newnham
1 A scatter of pits containing cremated bone and flints, the preservation of finds was generally inferior to SMR 8818, found across the river. 2 Dating given as from the ...
The site of a pit cluster. Some of the pits contained cremated bone and flint and dated to the Neolithic period whilst others were of Early Bronze Age date. The pit cluster was situated 1km north east of Bretford.
Neolithic Features found in Area E, northwest of Broom.
1 An open area excavation, Area E, carried out in advance of the A435 Norton Lenchwick Bypass revealed Neolithic activity. The later Neolithic was represented by at least one ...
Excavation in advance of road development, uncovered signs of Neolithic activity, including pits, cremation pits, worked flint and polished stone axes. The site is to the northwest of Broom.
A cropmark complex 300m west of Salford Priors
2 Linear features show S and SW of an undated settlement enclosure (PRN 1497). These linear features may represent part of a field system. A possible scatter lies alongside one ...
A complex of curvilinear cropmarks, circular enclosures and pits visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. This site is located 300m west of Salford Priors.
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