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Digital Facial Reconstruction of Tudor Dubliner with intermediate modelling stages shown on left

Revealing the Face of Tudor Dublin

In July 2014 archaeologists from Rubicon Heritage, monitoring Luas Cross City Utilities Works for GMC Ltd. on behalf of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) uncovered a series of burials during works at College Green. A total of five burials were identified within a utilities trench located just north of the main entrance to Trinity College. Two […]

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Rubicon Heritage Appoints John R. Bowen as Chairman

We are delighted to announce the appointment of John Bowen as Chairman of Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd. John is a highly regarded Irish businessman with vast experience of the engineering and construction industries. Rubicon are thrilled to have someone of his expertise and knowledge on board. A full Press Release to mark the appointment has […]

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Cork Archaeology Firm Crosses its Rubicon

Headland Archaeology (Ireland) Ltd, Ireland´s premier archaeological consultancy is delighted to announce a fresh start as it is now under new ownership. The company management has agreed terms with Headland Group Ltd for the purchase of the subsidiary. This will be rebranded as Rubicon Heritage Services over the next three months. The new owners, all […]

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The Celtic Origins of Halloween

It is quite remarkable just how much influence the past has on our modern lives. When you scratch the surface of modern society the past often comes bursting through, a fact that some people can find quite disturbing. Nowhere is this more recognisable than our modern celebration of Halloween, when children (and some adults!) dress […]

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Bronze Age Jewellery Found in Co. Kildare

Archaeologists at Rubicon recently made a unique and intriguing discovery while working on behalf of the National Roads Authority and Kildare County Council on the route of the Athy Link Road. The cremated remains of a human body were discovered in a shallow pit adjacent to the site of a Bronze Age burial mound or […]

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