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Site of Roman Settlement 400m SE of Church
1 1979: Excavation in advance of a new housing complex. The aim was to try to establish the extent of the Roman and Saxon occupation on the Baginton Plateau. Positive ...
During an excavation the remains of an enclosure surrounding a timber building and several rubbish pits were found. The remains were Roman in date and suggested that this was once a settlement. The site was located 400m south east of the church at Baginton.
Medieval and Post Medieval activity at Shire Hall
1 10 sherds of pottery and glass from pit H of the Shire Hall excavations. Also a bone domino. 21956 Rescue excavation and salvage during building work led to the ...
During excavations at Shire Hall, Warwick,Medieval and Post Medieval pottery sherds, a bone domino and other finds were discovered from a number of rubbish pits.
Post-medieval and earlier features to the rear of 16-18 High Street, Warwick
1 A watching brief at 16 – 18 High Street revealed medieval rubbish pits, potential evidence for copper working, a stone lined well and other stone walls of probable 17th ...
A stone lined well and rubbish pits dating to the medieval period were found behind houses on High Street, Warwick. Several wall foundations of 17th-18th century date were also found.
Deserted Medieval Settlement east of Oversley Castle
1 A small U-sectioned feature, 2m wide and 1.5m deep (N section), 1.7m wide and 1.2m deep (S section) and lying NW/SE. It was cut through from a cobbled layer ...
The site of a deserted settlement of Medieval date within the outer enclosure of Boteler's Castle, suggested by earthworks and a scatter of pottery sherds. Evidence suggests that it was abandoned by the mid thirteenth century. The site lies 200m east of Oversley Castle.
Excavation of Early Medieval Pits at Castle Lane
1 1973: Excavation prior to demolition of stables. Three 9th century rubbish pits were excavated and one other located which contained ash, charcoal, slabby limestone (probably from the exposed outcrop ...
The site of several early Medieval rubbish pits, excavated at Castle Lane, Warwick.
Excavation of Medieval Pit at Castle Lane
1 1975: Excavation in advance of demolition of stables. Material spanning the 12th to 16th century was recovered from a large shallow pit. This pit contained bone, charcoal and Medieval ...
Excavation of a Medieval rubbish pit produced material from the 12th to the 16th centuries. The site is at Castle Lane, Warwick.
Roman rubbish pits
1 Mahany’s site H. Rubbish pits. Site no 36.
Roman rubbish pits were found during an excavation. They were situated in the area of Orchard Drive, Alcester.
Rectilinear crop marks and pits in the parish of Little Compton
1 Rectilinear crop marks and pits apparent on aerial photographs 650m south of Langston Farm Little Compton mapped as part of the English Heritage National Mapping Project. The crop ...
Rectilinear crop marks and pits are apparent on aerial photographs 650m south of Langston Farm Little Compton.
Medieval activity, The Motte, Brinklow
1 A small part of a medieval layer containing pottery probably dating to the 14th century was recorded during archaeological observation off Ell Lane. The site is likely to ...
A small part of a medieval layer containing pottery probably dating to the 14th century was recorded during archaeological observation off Ell Lane.
Romano British Settlement in Coleshill
1 An evaluation of land to the south of known Romano British settlement uncovered evidence of activity including a large pit or ditch, other rubbish pits with fill containing pottery ...
The site of Romano British roadside settlement in the Ennersdale Road area of Coleshill.
Hall's Croft grounds
1 Layout probably early 20th century. Herbaceous borders flanking path, seasonal planting, mature mulberry tree possibly related to the lost specimen belonging to Shakespeare at New Place. Recommended for inclusion ...
The garden at Hall's Croft. The layout probably dates to the early 20th century. It is situated in Old Town, Stratford upon Avon, and includes a mature mulberry tree possibly linked to the garden belonging to Shakespeare at New Place.
Dumps of rubbish at 'Broadlands', Hill Wooton Road, Leek Wooton
1 Two separate rubbish dumps containing 18th/19th century pottery and bottles were found during an archaeological observation.
An archaeological investigation showed that there were dumps of 19th and 20th century rubbish at this site. No evidence for a Medieval settlement was found. The site lies behind houses on Hill Wooton Road, Leek Wooton.
Rubbish pits, Hawkeswell Farm, Coleshill
1 Two large rubbish pits encountered in the south western part of the site had destroyed earlier archaeological layers. The largest was 20m in diameter and 3m deep.
Modern rubbish pits were uncovered during a site excavation connected with the Birmingham Northern Relief Road project.
Two Pits, 8A High Street, Alcester
1 Two possible rubbish pits were recorded in the bottom of a foundation trench – medieval tile fragments were recovered from both. These are thought to have been domestic ...
Two possible Medieval rubbish pits were found during archaeological work. Fragments of Medieval tile were found in the pits. They were situated in the High Street, Alcester.
Rubbish Pits, 176 Long Street, Atherstone
1 Three adjacent pits were uncovered in the northern part of the development and a possible fourth in the central area. Pit 3 fill comprised 50% pottery sherds while ...
Three or possibly four Post Medieval rubbish pits were observed to the rear of a property in Long Street, Atherstone during archaeological work.
Medieval pit, The Dolphin Inn, Atherstone
1 Pit containing sherds of 14th-15th century pottery, the majority of sherds came from a Chilvers Coton ‘C’ jug.
A pit containing Medieval pottery sherds was recorded at The Dolphin Inn, Atherstone.
Post medieval features at Winton Hall School
1 In March 1996 CAT undertook an archaeological desk-based assessment and field evaluation at Winton Hall School, Dunchurch. Archaeological deposits of Post Medieval date were identified within all three trenches, ...
Ditches and rubbish pits dating to the Post Medieval period were found during archaeological work. The features were found at Winton Hall School.
Romano British Settlement at 112 Tiddington Road
1 Excavated features Tiddington Road show that this part of the settlement was occupied from the 2nd to the later 3rd/4th century; in line with findings on the rest of ...
Further evidence for the Roman settlement at Tiddington was found during excavations. The remains of timber buildings and mid 2nd century rubbish filled pits were recorded. The site is located at 112 Tiddington Road, Stratford upon Avon.
Post-medieval pit, King Edward VI Grammar School, Stratford-upon-Avon
1 Archaeological observation found no evidence for activity prior to the 17th century; the only feature was the cutting of a pit, possibly for rubbish.
During an archaeological excavation a Post Medieval pit was discovered. It was found at King Edward VI Grammar School, Stratford-on-Avon. The pit may have been used for dumping rubbish.
Medieval Rubbish pit found in Priory Park
1 Small trenches were dug by the local history society over large parts of Prioory Park. Only one archaeological feature was located. This was a medieval rubbih pit ...
A Medieval rubbish pit was found during excavations in Priory Park. It contained a large group of pottery, as well as bones and other refuse
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