Rubicon at the Landscape Survey Group Conference, Shrewsbury

The annual conference of the Landscape Survey Group will be taking place on Friday 18th September and Saturday 19th September in Shrewsbury. Rubicon’s Enda O’Flaherty will be speaking on ‘Seeing the woods for the trees': topographical survey in the woodlands and forests of Scotland, a talk based on recent work we carried out on a […]

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Space and Settlement in Medieval Ireland

Space and Settlement in Medieval Ireland

Hot of the press at Four Courts is the new Space and Settlement in Medieval Ireland, edited by Dr. Vicky McAlister of Southeast Missouri State University and Dr. Terry Barry, Professor of Medieval History at Trinity College, Dublin. The volume is a selection of some of the papers presented at the first three Space and […]

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At the Launch of 'A Journey Along The Carlow Corridor' in Carlow Museum, surrounded by an exhibition of objects uncovered during the excavations. L-R Damian Shiels, Carmelita Troy, Teresa Bolger, Colm Moloney, Angus Stephenson, Jonathan Millar.

Two Days, Two Rubicon Book Launches

Last week was a major one for Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd, as two archaeological monographs showcasing our work with the National Roads Authority were published. The first, Through the Lands of the Auteri and St. Jarlath was launched at Claregalway Castle, Co. Galway. It examines the archaeological findings from our excavations in advance of the […]

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Dave Gilbert Rubicon

New Rubicon Project Manager in Wales

Rubicon are delighted to announce the recent appointment of a new permanent staff member in our Cardiff office, where Dave Gilbert joins us as a Project Manager. He has hit the ground running, and is already adding his expertise to a number of our ongoing Welsh projects. Dave has exceptional experience across the heritage sector; […]

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English ships engage the Armada, 1588 (Wikipedia)

In Search of Soldiers & Sailors from the Spanish Armada

We recently announced that we are going to be teaming up with the San Marcos Project in Co. Clare to carry out a geophysical survey at the potential site of a massgrave associated with the Spanish Armada. The work has now been confirmed for the 30th and 31st of July, with a community engagement aspect […]

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