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Possible location of Saxon Defences for Warwick
1 The Saxon burgh at Warwick was established by Ethelfleda in 914 to defend Mercia against the Danes. The site commanded the river valley and a natural crossing of ...
Documentary and place name evidence suggests that the line of the Early Medieval defences of the Saxon burgh follow the line of the later Medieval walls in Warwick.
19th century redevelopment at the Ropewalk, Chapel Street, Nuneaton.
1 Archaeological evaluation revealed the reoccupation of the site (following the site’s abandonment to cultivation in the late medieval period), in the course of the expansion of the town in ...
Features reflecting the 19th century housing developments along Dugdale Street and Chapel Street, as depicted on the 1887 OS map, were recorded at The Ropewalk, Chapel Street, Nuneaton.
Medieval and post-medieval settlement features at The Old School House, Flecknoe.
1 A salvage recording undertaken during the groundworks for a detached dwelling recorded part of a masonry well or soakaway. These remains were thought to date to either the ...
Part of a medieval or post-medieval masonry well or soakaway and a post-medieval boundary wall and associated 20th century wall were recorded during the redevelopment of the site. The site is located in the southwest corner, The Old School House, Flecknoe.
Abbey Precinct Wall of Merevale Abbey
1 Part of the precinct wall of Merevale Abbey survives, reinforced by hedge and fence to form field boundaries. Running SE from the parish church on the N side of ...
The remains of the precinct wall of Merevale Abbey which is Medieval in date. The site lies 220m south west of Abbey Farm.
The Walled Garden, Combe abbey, Warwickshire
1 2 The Walled Garden at Combe Abbey forms part of the Grade II* listed Registered Garden. The garden was created as part of Lancelot’ Capability’ Brown’s reorganisation of the ...
18th Century Walled Garden.
Roman wall/building foundations, 55 High Street, Alcester, Warwickshire
1 5.7m wide stone Roman foundation of Arden Stone supported on wooden piles (0.12m. diameter) driven into gravel. Part of the 4th century defences. Could be a tower or even ...
Two large sandstone foundations, likely part of the 4th century defences were found below the passage way between 53 and 55 High Street. The larger foundation was built on wooden piles.
Kenilworth Castle: Phase 2
1 The Norman keep could have been preceded by a motte and bailey castle (PRN 3200), although Chatwin thinks that this is unlikely. Chatwin suggests that the keep was constructed ...
Phase two in the building of Kenilworth castle included the a great keep and a curtain wall with towers that were built during the mid to late 1100s and early 1200s.
Curtain Wall at the Pleasaunce
1 The area within the moat was surrounded by a stone wall. In 1923 two brothers excavated a trench about 3.6m square to a depth of 1.5m at the E ...
The site of a curtain wall, which was built during the Medieval and Post Medieval period. The stone wall surrounded the area inside the moat at the Pleasance, situated 1km west of the castle. The foundations of a building are still visible at the site.
1 Watching brief produced evidence for timber piles and sandstone. No clear dating evidence, but probably the remains of the later (?C4) defensive circuit of the town. 2 Site no 58 ...
The remains of the defences of the Roman town at Alcester were found to the east of Moorfield Road.
Roman defences, Alcester.
1 1976: A trench, 38m long, was cut and some points on the N section recorded. From the E end a dark mixed layer extended 2.75m W. W of this ...
Remains of the defences of the Roman town of Alcester were found east of Moorfield Road, Alcester.
Roman defences, Alcester.
1 A section cut through the defences of the Roman town revealed a clay rampart of C2 or later date. In front was a 2.7m wide wall. No defensive ditch ...
Sections of the defences of the Roman town of Alcester have been found during excavation. They comprised an earth rampart and a wall.
Roman defences, Alcester.
1 Observation of a sewer trench revealed a section through the town defences of Roman Alcester similar to that revealed further N (MWA479). 2 Preliminary trenching at a housing site, Gas ...
A section of the Roman defences around the town of Alcester were found on the north side of Gas House Lane.
Kenilworth; worked masonry, possible wall
It is may be associated with the parklands of The Spring House shown on the 1st edition map (c.1880), possibly a field boundary as it is reported to form part ...
It is may be associated with the parklands of The Spring House shown on the 1st edition map (c.1880), possibly a field boundary as it is reported to form part of a ridge running for approximately 20m.
Warwick Town Defences
1 The fortification of Warwick was complicated by the building of a town wall, possibly placed near Ethelfleda’s rampart (PRN 2191). The earth rampart was located during excavation in 1964. ...
Warwick defences, consisting of a Town Wall and Ditch. Documentary evidence has suggested the line for the Medieval Defences, which has been subject to excavation; in places it survives a a rock-cut ditch with eroded bedrock backfill.
Medieval Pit and Boundary Wall, Smith Street, Warwick
1 Medieval pit with 15th/6th century pottery and 12th/13th century residual pottery present. A sandstone boundary wall lining up with the property boundary divinding frontage is possibly medieval.
Medieval pit and boundary wall.
Ilmington Old Rectory grounds
1 19th and 20th century gardens, including parkland, pleasure grounds with terrace, walled garden, woodland. Recommended for inclusion on Local List. 2 Shown on OS 1:10560 1884 50SW. 3 Shown shaded on ...
The site of a garden dating to the Imperial period which is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1884. Features included parkland, pleasure grounds with a terrace, a walled garden and woodland. It is situated 600m north of Ilmington.Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Northend Manor grounds
1 Walled foregarden with some 19th/ early 20th century terr and shrub planting. Recommended for inclusion on Local List. 2 The OS 1:10560 1886 Sht Warks 46SW shows the garden.
A walled garden created in the Imperial period and marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It is situated to the south west of Northend and is associated with Northend Manor.
Upper Skilts gardens
1 Gardens laid out c1914 by T H Mawson around 1880s house (extended c1908) within area of former deer park. Features include lawns, terraces, walled garden, pergola, rose garden, lodge, ...
Upper Skilts garden, dating from the Imperial to the 20th century. The garden features include a drive, pergola, terraces, rose garden and a tennis court. It is located 700m north east of Mappleborough Green. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie. Listed Building Status for surviving wrought-iron gate, gatepiers and doorway through fruit wall recommended by Lovie.
Whichford Pottery gardens
1 Large cottage garden and walled garden with wide range of unusual plants. Used to display products of adjacent pottery. Recommended for inclusion on Local List.
Whichford Pottery Gardens, a cottage garden and walled garden of modern date. The gardens are situated 100m north of the church at Whichford. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Garden Wall, Compton Verney House, Compton Verney
1 17th century garden wall uncovered during stripping of area for temporary hardstanding in the grounds of Compton Verney House. WMFS called in to investigate.
A garden wall dating to the Post Medieval period was uncovered during archaeological work in the grounds of Compton Verney House.
Archaeological features, Treetops, Cedar Drive, Snitterfield
1 A brick wall, pit and cut were uncovered during a watching brief on ground works for a replacement dwelling. The wall is likely to be a boundary wall as ...
A boundary wall and a pit, both dating to the Imperial period were found during archaeological work. The features were situated near the church at Snitterfield.
Brailes House grounds
1 Pleasure grounds with lake, walks, conservatory, boundary planting, drive, kitchen garden, surrounding Grade II Listed house. Kitchen gardens include Grade II Listed late 18th century crinkle-crankle wall. Recommended for ...
Grounds and gardens which date to the Imperial period. The gardens include a kitchen garden, walks, lakes and a crinkle-crankle or serpentine wall. The gardens are associated with Brailes House.
Admington Hall gardens
1 Pleasure grounds of Admington Hall. Topiary garden to north, informal pleasure ground with raised terrace overlooking paddock to south. Water and woodland garden created by the previous owner since ...
Admington Hall gardens, a private park and gardens attached to a property at the southern end of Admington. They incorporate 19th and 20th century design elements. Recommended for inclusion as key site on Local List by Lovie
Medieval burgage plot boundary at Warburton's Scrapyard, Stratford-upon-Avon
1 Boundaries of Medieval properties or bugages may have been preserved in the alignment of a later building foundation and boundary walls. The boundary may be fossilised by ...
A boundary wall was found during archaeological work, which may have run along the same line as a Medieval property boundary. The majority of finds and other features found dated to the Imperial period. The site is situated at Warburton's Scrapyard, Stratford on Avon.
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