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Rubicon book on Tralee Bypass excavations soon to hit the shelves!

Rubicon Heritage and Transport Infrastructure Ireland are about to publish the results of the archaeological investigations on the route of the N22 Tralee Bypass

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Revealing the Archaeology of the 1798 Vinegar Hill Battlefield

We are currently working in partnership with Earthsound Archaeological Geophysics and Sligo Institute of Technology to finalise the Preliminary Report for the major fieldwork recently carried out on the 1798 Vinegar Hill battlefield. Rubicon’s Damian Shiels was the archaeological director for the licensed battlefield survey, and gives a brief insight into what it has revealed.  […]

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Press Release: Results of Geophysical Survey at Site of Possible Spanish Armada Mass Grave

In July 2015 the San Marcos Project and Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd conducted a geophysical survey at the site of Tuama Na Spainneach, Spanish Point, Co. Clare. The survey, which was financially supported by The Heritage Council, was aimed at identifying possible targets which may represent the buried remains of those lost on the San […]

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English ships engage the Armada, 1588 (Wikipedia)

In Search of Soldiers & Sailors from the Spanish Armada

We recently announced that we are going to be teaming up with the San Marcos Project in Co. Clare to carry out a geophysical survey at the potential site of a massgrave associated with the Spanish Armada. The work has now been confirmed for the 30th and 31st of July, with a community engagement aspect […]

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