The Bridgend site

Early Edinburgh: New Work at Medieval Bridgend

We have previously charted our community archaeological work based around the possible medieval chapel site at Bridgend in Edinburgh (see here). Another phase of archaeological work is about to begin at the possible medieval chapel site at Bridgend in the south of Edinburgh in the coming months. Rubicon are delighted to hear the news that […]

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Archaeology 2025 Focus Groups

The Discovery Programme have asked us to spread the word about the Irish Archaeology 2025 Strategy Project, which has a number of focus groups coming up of relevance to archaeological professionals. Booking places is free although places are limited. You can book any of the focus groups that interest you by clicking on the links […]

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Industrial Archaeology From The Air: Hafod Ironworks, Morfa, Swansea

We have recently been carrying out substantial archaeological excavations at the former site of the Hafod Ironworks in Morfa, Swansea. The works operated from the mid 19th century to the mid 20th century and produced iron mostly for use in the adjacent copper works, latterly manufacturing brass. Our investigations were carried out on behalf of […]

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Press Release: Results of Geophysical Survey at Site of Possible Spanish Armada Mass Grave

In July 2015 the San Marcos Project and Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd conducted a geophysical survey at the site of Tuama Na Spainneach, Spanish Point, Co. Clare. The survey, which was financially supported by The Heritage Council, was aimed at identifying possible targets which may represent the buried remains of those lost on the San […]

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Rubicon's new Dublin office getting into full swing

Rubicon’s New Dublin Office

We are delighted to have added a fifth office to the Rubicon Heritage group, based in Dublin. The premises will be manned by our long standing archaeological team in the capital, who in recent years have been engaged on major infrastructural projects such as the Luas Enabling Works, the Luas Cross City Scheme and as […]

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