At the Iveagh House lecture to commemorate the Irish of the American Civil War. L-R Rubicon's Damian Shiels, Professor Patrick Griffin, Minister Charlie Flanagan T.D., Professor David Gleeson (Image: Department of Foreign Affairs)

Remembering the Irish of the American Civil War at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Iveagh House

Since 2012 the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs have hosted a series of commemorative lectures, with the purpose of recalling significant events in Irish history. Known as the Iveagh House Lectures, these talks have examined topics as diverse as Irish Unionism, John F. Kennedy and The Christmas Truce of 1914. Speakers have included UN Secretary-General […]

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New Rubicon UK Project Supervisor

Rubicon are pleased to announce that Callum Allsop has joined the Rubicon Heritage (UK) Ltd team. Callum is appointed as Project Supervisor and is based out of the company’s Edinburgh Office. Callum has several years’ experience working as a commercial archaeologist, having worked on archaeological projects throughout the UK as well as on the island […]

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Two New Rubicon NRA Archaeology Monographs

We are delighted to announce that the National Roads Authority is publishing two new archaeological monographs which showcase our work on the M7 Carlow Bypass, the M17 Galway to Tuam Scheme and the N17 Tuam Bypass. The majority of chapters were written and edited by Rubicon staff, and chart the results of dozens of different […]

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Rubicon's new Project Officer Dan Miller

New Rubicon UK Project Officer

Rubicon are delighted to announce that Dan Miller has joined the Rubicon Heritage (UK) Ltd team. Dan takes up the position of Project Officer, and is based out of the company’s Cardiff Office. Dan brings a vast amount of archaeological excavation experience to Rubicon, having worked on archaeological projects throughout the UK as well as […]

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Job Position: Project Manager, Wales

Rubicon are currently recruiting for a Project Manager position based in our Cardiff office. For details on the position and how to apply see below: PROJECT MANAGER Based in Cardiff Salary £26,000- £32,000 dependent on experience Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd is the only major archaeological consultancy with offices in both the UK and Ireland. Rubicon […]

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