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The Launch of IBNS

Last week saw the extremely successful launch of the Irish Business Network Scotland at Edinburgh Castle. Attended by Scottish Cabinet Secretary Fiona Hyslop and Irish Minister Paschal Donohoe TD, the event was a huge success. It garnered major media coverage with articles in the BBC, The Irish Times, The Scotsman, Irish Independent, The National and many […]

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Monitoring the opening of the archaeological trenches before volunteers arrived on site (Rubicon Heritage)

Revealing Early Edinburgh: Continuing Work at Medieval Bridgend

Following the news that the community group and charity Bridgend Inspiring Growth have been successful in their Big Lottery funding bid to allow renovations of Bridgend Farmhouse, Rubicon carried out a programme of building recording on the farmhouse and archaeological evaluation to the east and north of the building before the development commences. The study […]

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Rubicon Heritage Adopt Skills Passport in UK & Ireland

As part of our continuing commitment to the Continued Professional Development of our teams across the UK and Ireland, Rubicon are pleased to announce that we are rolling out the Archaeological Skills Passport for all our staff. Developed by David Connolly of BAJR, the passport is intended to assist towards professional accreditation, help to identify career gaps, and […]

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The MTSU Center for Historic Preservation Annual Report. The visit of Damian Shiels is covered on Page 4. (MTSU)

The MTSU Center for Historic Preservation & Rubicon– Exciting Times in 2016!

In 2014 Rubicon’s Damian Shiels traveled to Tennessee to deliver a keynote lecture on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin. While there he also met with students from the Middle Tennessee State University Center for Historic Preservation and discussed some of the issues surrounding Irish conflict archaeology. That talk proved […]

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The Bridgend site

Early Edinburgh: New Work at Medieval Bridgend

We have previously charted our community archaeological work based around the possible medieval chapel site at Bridgend in Edinburgh (see here). Another phase of archaeological work is about to begin at the possible medieval chapel site at Bridgend in the south of Edinburgh in the coming months. Rubicon are delighted to hear the news that […]

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