Heritage Centenary Sites of Rebel County Cork

Heritage Centenary Sites of Rebel County Cork Book Made Free Online

In 2016 Rubicon were commissioned by Cork County Council to research and write a book on the heritage sites in Co. Cork relating to the revolutionary period. It was a fantastic project to be involved in, and we are delighted that the Council have now decided to make the publication freely available to everyone online. […]

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Digital Facial Reconstruction of Tudor Dubliner with intermediate modelling stages shown on left

Revealing the Face of Tudor Dublin

In July 2014 archaeologists from Rubicon Heritage, monitoring Luas Cross City Utilities Works for GMC Ltd. on behalf of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) uncovered a series of burials during works at College Green. A total of five burials were identified within a utilities trench located just north of the main entrance to Trinity College. Two […]

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Heritage Centenary Sites of Rebel County Cork

Book Launch: Heritage Centenary Sites of Rebel County Cork

We had the privilege recently of undertaking a book project on behalf of Cork County Council to mark the 1916-2016 centenary. Entitled ‘Heritage Centenary Sites of Rebel County Cork’, it is the fourth in the Heritage of County Cork series, and will be launched on Monday next 12th December. The book focuses on the 1916-23 […]

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Rubicon at 5: Caught in a Trap-Why Deer needed Suspicious Minds in Early Medieval Ireland

We had our name change five years ago this month, when we became Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd. To celebrate that we are looking back at some of our past posts that have proved among the most popular over recent years. First up, the Prumplestown Lower Deer Trap! Ok. This is an archaeology blog, not a […]

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Rubicon's Enda O'Flaherty undertaking the geophysical survey for the show (Dragonshead)

Rubicon on Medieval Dead, Yesterday Channel, 7PM

Tonight at 7pm on the Yesterday Channel (Sky Channel 537) the new episode of the Medieval Dead will air, hosted by Dr. Tim Sutherland of the University of York. The show, produced by Dragonhead Productions, is now in its third series, and tonight’s episode concentrates on the Gall Óglaigh, the famed Irish Gallowglass warriors who traced their origins to […]

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