Rubicon in April Issue of Seanda

In January Rubicon were delighted to assist with the organisation of a seminar in Kerry County Museum on the findings resulting from archaeological works on the N22 Tralee Bypass. Organised by the NRA and Kerry County Council, a number of talks were presented by Rubicon staff at the event. The April issue of the ezine [...]

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Ysgol Bro Dinefwr Archaeology

We are currently working at Ysgol Bro Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire with our colleagues from AB Heritage. We are finding some interesting Bronze Age and Iron Age archaeology, as highlighted in this wonderful video of the site produced by Aeroperspective (http://www.aeroperspective.com/)    

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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Poster (Society of Antiquaries)

Professor John Waddell at The Rhind Lecture Series

We are delighted to announce that we one of the supporters of this year’s prestigious Rhind Lecture Series at the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. The series sees one academic present six different lectures around a given topic over the course of the weekend, allowing them (and their audience) to explore that topic in great [...]

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Forestry Commission Scotland Castle O'er Poster (Forestry Commission Scotland)

Modelling Castle O’er: A Poster from the Forestry Commission Scotland

Rubicon have been undertaking a number of surveys for Forestry Commission Scotland of late, using our expertise in terrain modelling and contour planning to produce detailed records of a number of sites throughout Scotland. The Forestry Commission have recently produced a poster relating to some work we were involved in at Castle O’er hillfort in [...]

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Rubicon's Louise Baker with other archaeologists at the Dunbar Science Festival

Rubicon at Dunbar Science Festival

Rubicon took part in the award winning Dunbar Science Festival over the weekend and introduced enthusiastic crowds to the wonders of science in archaeology. The stall at the festival was a collaboration between the East Lothian Council Archaeology Service, Archaeology Scotland, Addyman Archaeology and Rubicon Heritage Services and had exhibits about dendrochronology (tree ring dating), [...]

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