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Rubicon at Dunbar SciFest

Rubicon are returning to the popular Dunbar SciFest on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th March 2015 (10am to 5 pm) on a stall along with East Lothian Council Archaeology Service, Archaeology Scotland and Addyman Archaeology. We will be located in the Community Windpower Marquee hosting drop in sessions on archaeo-science topics including burials and bones […]

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Excavation of a trench within Lochend Doocot (Friends of Lochend Park)

Digging a Doocot in Lochend Park, Edinburgh

A project investigating the Heritage of Lochend Park in the northeast of the City of Edinburgh has been initiated by the voluntary group ‘Friends of Lochend Park’. The park is one of many green spaces owned and managed by The City of Edinburgh Council. It has a rich heritage and Lochend House which is built […]

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Employment Opportunity: Project Manager in Scotland

We currently have a major employment opportunity, as we seek to fill a position of Project Manager with our Rubicon Heritage team based in Scotland. Details on the position and how to apply can be found below: PROJECT MANAGER Based in Edinburgh Salary £26,000- £32,000 dependent on experience Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd is the only […]

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Rubicon's Louise Baker, Edinburgh City Archaeologist John Lawson and Greater Liberton Heritage Project's Dr. Margaret Collingwood at the Conference

A Lecture on Bridgend Medieval Chapel, Edinburgh at the ELL & BAC Conference

Rubicon’s Louise Baker caught up with news from recent archaeological projects at the Edinburgh, East Lothian and Borders Archaeological Conference (ELL and BAC) last Saturday. An exciting range of projects were presented including community archaeology projects at Eyemouth Fort, Leith Fort, Grenrath (Peebleshire), Tantallon Castle and of course Bridgend, Edinburgh (presented by Louise and Dr […]

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Edinburgh Castle, the setting for the Seminar

The Scotland-Ireland Archaeological Seminar

Rubicon was delighted to take part in a fantastic seminar on collaboration between the archaeological sectors of Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland last week in Edinburgh. Hosted by Historic Scotland and located in Queen Anne’s Room of the spectacular Edinburgh Castle, the event provided a rare opportunity to compare and contrast the […]

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