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Medieval Features to South of Castle Hill
1 1980: Excavation in advance of possible redevelopment located probable 12th century occupation in the form of a 12th century pit in Trench B and a yard trace in Trench ...
A Medieval pit and traces of a yard were found during an archaeological excavation. The discoveries suggest that the site was occupied during the 12th century. The site is 50m north of Guy's Tower, Warwick Castle.
Post Medieval yard surface and boundary ditch
1 Evidence for 16th/17th century deposits, possibly associated with the leper hospital or almshouses were recorded in trench two. These included yard surfaces and possibly a ditch that appeared to ...
A Post Medieval Yard surface and boundary ditch were found at the former Hutfields Garage, Saltisford
Barrells Hall, Ullenhall
1 The house started life as a farmhouse. In 1681 John Knight was the possessor of what was described as a manor house surrounded by a 400 acre estate. ...
A house originally built during the Post Medieval period and is surrounded by a park. There were additions and alterations made to the house in the Imperial period. It has recently been renovated and restored and is situated in Ullenhall.
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.
Nuneaton Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the medieval settlement of Nuneaton based on the OS map of 1888, 11SW. 2 Domesday has two entries for Nuneaton in Coleshill Hundred. The Phillimore edition ...
The possible extent of the medieval settlement at Nuneaton based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1888 and known archaeological features.
Post-medieval and undated features at 42 High Street, Hillmorton, Rugby.
1 Archaeological observation of the groundworks associated with the construction of new properties at 42, High Street, Hillmorton (EWA 7322, centred on SP53147356) revealed a 19th century pit, an undated ...
Post-medieval and undated features, including pits, a pond, probable boundary ditches, and yard surfaces, recorded during archaeological observation at 42-46 High Street, Hillmorton, Rugby.
The Coach House, Churchover, Warwickshire
1 A cobbled floor and yard surface of closely-set rounded pebbles of unknown date was revealed beneath the modern gravel surface. Two postholes were recorded on the line of the ...
Post-medieval and later features associated with the shelter shed at The Coach House
Pebble surface to south east of Moat House Farm, Salter Street, Tanworth-in-Arden
1 2 Pebble surface, possibly former medieval yard surface. Pottery was found dating to, at earliest 12th century through to 15th century, and elsewhere pottery dating between 17th and 19th ...
Pebble surface, possibly former medieval yard surface. Pottery was found dating to, at earliest 12th century through to 15th century, and elsewhere pottery dating between 17th and 19th century was also found.
Railway Station & Goods Yard (Site 17), Salford Priors
1 Railway station of 1866 with 2 storey platform. The goods siding is now used as an office and storeroom. 2 The proposed new bypass will not affect this site, ...
The site of a railway station and goods yard dating to the Imperial period. They are situated 400m north east of the church, Salford Priors.
Medieval Occupation Surface, Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon
1 A possible medieval occupation surface cut by medieval pits dating from the 13th/14th century was recorded during observation at 37 Henley Street.
A possible medieval occupation surface cut by medieval pits dating from the 13th/14th century.
Roman occupation evidence, Witherley Lodge, Mancetter
1 Three small trenches were excavated in the garden of Witherley Lodge by Atherstone Archaeology and History Society under the direction of Keith Scott. The site, published posthumously, provided evidence ...
Occupation evidence spanning the 1st-4th century was recorded in excavations to the north of Watling Street.
Possible Medieval surface, Church Road, Grandborough
1 A well-made, substantial pebble surface was recorded during observation on land adjacent to Burley House. The only secure dating evidence for the surface was a single sherd of medieval ...
A well-made, substantial pebble surface was recorded during observation on land adjacent to Burley House. The only secure dating evidence for the surface was a single sherd of medieval pottery, which is not conclusive. !Timetrail Test!
Brick wall & post-medieval yard surfaces, Lower Skilts Farm, Studley
1 Further archaeological observations revealed the demolished brick wall, probably 16th century garden wall and Post Medieval yard surfaces.
A demolished brick wall, dating to the Medieval and Post Medieval periods and possibly an original garden wall. There were also Post Medieval yard surfaces. The features were found 700m north east of Cracknut Hill during archaeological work.
Post Medieval Features at Coughton Court, Warwickshire
1 A cobble surface found across the excavated area is likely to have been the original courtyard to the existing house when construction started in the early 16th century. ...
Post Medieval features and finds recovered during excavations at Coughton Court. Features included a yard, walls and floors relating to the construction and occupation of the east range and a revetment at the south part of the moat.
Kineton Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the Medieval settlement, based on the first edition 6″ maps of 1886, 45 SE and 51 NE. 2 Market (Letter close) mercatum Tuesdays granted 28th August, ...
The possible extent of the Medieval settlement of Kineton, as suggested by the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. Kineton is considered a 'typical' example of medieval urban failure.
Yard Surface, Oak View, 99 Shrewley Common, Shrewley
1 The remains of a loam and pebble layer thought to be a probable yard surface were uncovered during groundwork observations. Several types of Romano-British pottery and roof ...
A possible yard surface of Roman date which was uncovered during archaeological work. It was situated at Shrewley Common, Shrewley.
Cobbled surfaces, 176 Long Street, Atherstone
1 Two small areas of cobbled surface were uncovered during a watching brief to the rear of the property. They are thought to represent yard surfaces associated with the ...
Two cobbled surfaces were uncovered during archaeological work to the rear of a property in Long Street, Atherstone. The surfaces were probably the remains of a former yard.
Yard Surface, Fetherston House, Lapworth
1 A yard surface found during a watching brief of an extension. The surface is probably a yard in use when Glasshouse Farm occupied the site, indicated on the 1886 ...
A yard surface dating to the Post Medieval period was found during archaeological work. The farm it belonged to is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and it is located 900m west of Packwood House.
Arch Evaluation at Manor Cottages
1 An evaluation (1994) of two proposed building plots on the north side of the Northend Road was carried out. Remains of a house, associated with 12th to 15th century ...
An archaeological investigation uncovered evidence of settlement dating to the Medieval period. Two houses, yards and pottery were found. The site is situated 400m north of the church, Fenny Compton.
Cox's Timber Yard
1 Archaeological evaluation of Cox’s Timber Yard, Stratford-upon-Avon gives a history of the timber yard which states that the land was leased to Richard Greaves in 1831 from the Stratford ...
The site of Cox's Timber Yard, which was in operation from the Imperial period until its closure in 1991, is marked as a timber wharf on the 1851 Board of Health Plan. It has been converted into a museum and other attractions and is located to the west of Clopton Bridge, Stratford.
Watching Brief at Oversley Mill Cottage, 1992
1 A watching brief was undertaken by the Warwickshire Museum at Oversley Mill Cottage during construction of a new dwelling. A cobbled layer was observed, possibly part of a ...
A Post Medieval feature, possibly a cobbled yard, was found during archaeological work. Several pits of modern date were also found. The site was located in the area of Oversley Mill.
Outer Court, St Mary's Priory, Nuneaton
1 An archaeological evaluation was carried out in 1991 within an area known to be within the precinct of the medieval priory of St Mary. Three trial trenches were ...
The outer court, or precinct of the priory, suggested by the medieval topography of Nuneaton. Archaeological investigation within the area of the precinct has recorded various medieval deposits.
Prehistoric Features, Ryton on Dunsmore
1 A geophysical survey was carried out as part of an evaluation. From the magnetometer survey only one pit-type feature and gullies were identified. The resistivity survey recorded ...
A pit and several gullies were identified. The site was located north of the church at Ryton.
Medieval Settlement Remains
1 Twenty five trial trenches were dug as part of an archaelogical assessment. These revealed evidence of Medieval and later settlement, from the 12th to 17th century. The ...
The remains of a Medieval settlement were found during archaeological work. The remains comprised a boundary ditch, building and a yard. The site was located 800m east of Ryton on Dunsmore.
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