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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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‘Iacta Alea Est’: The Die is Cast on Our New Van Livery

We have always looked to have a bit of fun with our vehicle livery, particularly on our larger machines. Rubicon’s Graphics Manager Jonathan Millar designed this example, which has just arrived back in all its glory. It incorporates an image of medieval die we uncovered during excavations at the site of Caherduggan Castle in North […]

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Alan Taylor (President of Queens University Association Scotland), Charlie Flanagan TD (Minister for Foreign Affairs) and Colm Moloney (MD of Rubicon Heritage)

Exploring Scottish-Irish Relations in Edinburgh

Rubicon’s MD Colm Moloney is getting about these days! On 5th February he was invited to participate in a ‘Scottish-Irish Relations: A New Chapter’ event in Edinburgh, where aspects of the relationship between Ireland and Scotland were discussed, as were British-Irish relations in general. The main address was given by Ireland’s Foreign Affairs and Trade […]

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Matt Ritchie's piece on Craig Phadrig in the CIfA Scottish Group Newsletter (CIfA)

Rubicon & Craig Phadrig, Inverness

The latest issue of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Scottish Group Newsletter includes a piece by Forestry Commission Scotland archaeologist Matt Ritchie on their work at Craig Phadrig hillfort in Inverness. The piece includes some excellent reconstruction drawings that are based on Rubicon’s detailed survey of the site, one of a number we have carried […]

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Burns Night Supper Invite

Great Chieftain O’ the Puddin-Race!

On 26th January last, Rubicon’s own tim’rous beastie, Colm Moloney, in company with Louise Baker, attended the Burns Night Supper at the British Ambassador’s residence in Glencairn, Dublin. The event was attended by Ms Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs, along with Irish politicians such as former Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore TD. A […]

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