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Finding a foundry! Excavations at the Hafod-Morfa industrial complex in Swansea, Wales

An account of the archaeological excavations at the Hafod-Morfa Industrial complex in Swansea, Wales

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Sod-turning at DIT Grangegorman for new Central and East Quads

Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd would like to congratulate both the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and the Grangegorman Development Agency (GDA)on the launch of the Central and East Quads at DIT Grangegorman Campus. This launch reflects the hard work undertaken by both organisations to promote the on-going development of a centralised DIT campus at Grangegorman. […]

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Students from 4th Class of Buttevant Primary School viewed the site with their teacher Mary Linehan and teaching assistant Cora Nash. Here archaeologists Liza and Dave show them the remains of the cellar (Copyright Rubicon Heritage)

Excavating Medieval Buttevant: Some Archaeological Images

Rubicon Heritage are currently conducting a major medieval excavation in the town of Buttevant, Co. Cork. The dig is being carried out for Priority Construction on behalf of Cork County Council, and is part of a programme of resurfacing works on the town’s Main Street. The archaeology is revealing some key information about the settlement’s […]

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From Lands End to John O’Groats: Rubicon’s first year in the UK

When we first set up in the UK – a little over a year ago now – promoting our services as a ‘nationwide company for archaeology,’ it seemed only fitting that one of our first projects would be at Lands End. Where better place to start our company than the UK’s most southern tip – […]

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Rubicon Head to Lancaster!

Rubicon are currently on the ground near Lancaster, where we are carrying out advanced archaeological works on the Heysham to M6 Link Road on behalf of Lancashire County Council. We are delighted to be working in this beautiful part of the country. The press release below outlines the details: Archaeology checks to start on Heysham […]

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