Ancient church with a well preserved Norman crypt and a historic well located in the village of Berkswell, near Coventry.
A Bronze Age burnt mound and other historic sites in Moseley Bog, south Birmingham Maps
A well preserved section of a Roman road visible as an earthwork in Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield.
Core of a medieval village surviving in an urban area and remains of two medieval moated sites and a holloway.
Earthworks of a deserted medieval village north of Banbury
Prehistoric earthworks in woodland near Warwick
Imposing linear earthwork dating from pre-historic and Romano-British times located to the north of Stratford on Avon
Impressive earthworks of a motte and bailey castle dating back to the Norman period located between Rugby and Coventry
Remains of World War II anti-aircraft gun placements at Hill Top, north-west Birmingham.
Remains of a Roman posting station (burgus) and settlement on the Watling Street in North Warwickshire.
Village built within the ramparts of an iron-age camp near Leamington Spa
Earthwork remains of a motte and bailey castle on a promontory overlooking Henley in Arden and surrounding countryside.
A well preserved medieval moated site near the River Rea in Frankley, Birmingham
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