Tag Archives | Archaeological Excavation

Enjoying the view in South Tipperary (Photo: Enda O'Flaherty)

Rubicon Photo of the Week: Taking in the View

This week’s photo was taken on a monitoring job in South Co. Tipperary, where one of our archaeologists took a moment to enjoy the view during the glorious weather that we have been enjoying over recent days. This archaeology lark certainly has it’s moments!

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Rubicon's George Morgan works to find the extent of a burnt mound

Rubicon Photo of the Week: The Glamorous Life of An Archaeologist

This week’s photo of the week is hot of the press, having been taken just this afternoon on site in Co. Waterford. On off days between discovering Tutankhamun’s tomb and establishing first contact with crystal-skulled aliens, this is one of the more glamorous activities in the world of archaeology. It is one of the first […]

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Rubicon’s Ivan Pawle excavating human remains, discovered as part of the LUAS works outside Trinity College Dublin (Rubicon Heritage)

Rubicon Photo of the Week: Excavating Human Remains in Front of Trinity College

This week’s photo was taken by our osteoarchaeologist Carmelita Troy yesterday. It shows Rubicon’s Ivan Pawle excavating human remains, discovered as part of the LUAS works outside Trinity College Dublin. We are excited to find out more about the date and origins of this individual! The works are being carried out on behalf of the […]

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Rubicon's Hubert Ficner and Martin McGowan planning prehistoric worked timbers at Drumard 2, Co. Mayo (James Hession)

Rubicon Photo of the Week: Planning Prehistoric Wood

Each week Rubicon will be sharing a recent photograph of our archaeological work around the United Kingdom and Ireland. This week’s shows archaeologists Hubert Ficner and Martin McGowan planning some beautifully preserved prehistoric worked wood at the site of Drumard along the proposed route of the N59. IT was submitted by Rubicon Project Manager James […]

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Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd Case Study on the Ordnance Survey Website

Rubicon on the Ordnance Survey Website

Rubicon Heritage have now carried out work in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. One of the constants in everything we do is a requirement for highly accurate mapping. For our projects in the UK this involves working with mapping from the Ordnance Survey, particularly the information they make available through […]

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