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Arch Eval at Former Highways Dept, Station Rd

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The remains of a Roman boundary were found during archaeological work in Station Road, Alcester.{1} An archaeological evaluation at the former Highways Depot, Station Rd, Alcester, recovered evidence for Romano-British boundaries and a possible medieval ridge and furrow field system, but f...

Excavation of Defences of Manduessedum, 1954-6

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The site of a section of the defences of the Roman Fort at Mancetter which were excavated. The site was located 50m south of the Bull Inn, Mancetter.{1} 1954-5. A section was cut during construction of a sewage trench across the NW bank and ditch disclosing an outer ditch 5.5m wide and 2.7...

Romano British Field System at Glasshouse Wood

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A field system, comprising banks, ditches and lynchets that all survive as earthworks. The field system seems to be associated with a Roman building. The field system is located in Glasshouse Wood.{1} Glasshouse Wood contains banks, ditches and lynchets, some of which are aligned on the Ro...

Undated bank by Howcombe Lane

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A bank and other features are visible as earthworks. They are of unknown date. The features are situated to the north of School Lane, Napton on the Hill.{1} A curious earthwork surrounds Howcombe Spring. It seems to be too massive to be an enclosure for the spring, and there are other ill-...

Possible Site of Medieval Manor

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The remains of a Medieval manor house. The remains of the house and its associated buildings are visible as earthworks. The site is located at the southern end of Admington.{1} A depression and bank in an orchard to the south of the moat could be the site of a manorial complex of buildings...

Earthwork on W edge of Chesterton Camp

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Area cleared by a JCB in 1977 revealed the remains of a bank on the east side of the stream. It is probably of Roman date. It was situated 200m east of Chesterton Stud.{1} Area cleared by JCB in 1977 revealed some deliberate heaping-up of soil on E bank of the stream. The heaped material c...

Medieval Defences for Dam at Kenilworth Castle

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

An earthwork bank, topped by circular mounds, and ditches, which were created during the Medieval period. They were created as defences against an attack on the Medieval dam associated with Kenilworth Mere. They are located 500m south west of Kenilworth Castle.{1} The great dam (PRN 5379)...

Linear Earthwork 100m NE of Church

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The site of an earthwork bank of unknown date which is located 100m north east of the church, Ladbroke.{1} A field called Ashe Yard on a map of 1639 contains two boundary banks at right angles to one another.{2} The date of these earthworks is uncertain.

Medieval earthwork boundary

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A bank and ditch, probably of Medieval date, mark the western boundary of the parish of Ashow. The bank and ditch survive as earthworks. The boundary is located to the west of Glasshouse Wood.{1} On its W side the wood is contained within a bank and ditch. This, except for a break to the S...

Probable Medieval Linear Earthwork at Great Wolford

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A linear feature is visible as an earthwork at Great Wolford. It probably dates to the Medieval period.{1} The village, well-placed on a triangle of land above the junction of two little streams, was formerly defended by entrenchments running all round it; these probably enclosed an area o...