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The new Rubicon Heritage Cardiff Office!

New Rubicon permanent Cardiff Office open!

Our Cardiff team are delighted to have moved into new permanent premises this month at Ringside Business Park in Cardiff. The new facilities incorporate a shared office with a large general workshop area and on-site storage which will allow the team to carry out most of their post-excavation processing and analyses on the premises. The […]

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The Blog Awards Ireland 2016

Rubicon Heritage Blog shortlisted for Blog Awards Ireland!

Rubicon Heritage is thrilled to announce we have been shortlisted in the Blog Awards Ireland for the first time! We have been nominated in two categories: Corporate Arts and Culture, and Corporate Current Affairs/Political. 20% of the decision is based on a public vote and we would love to ask you all a favour – […]

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Book Launch: Cois tSiúire and Rubicon’s Work on the Waterford Bypass

Monday night saw the official launch of Cois tSiúire: 9000 years of human settlement in the Lower Suir Valley, the 8thScheme Monograph to be published by the National Roads Authority (NRA). Rubicon were one of the archaeological contractors on the scheme, excavating a number of important sites in this part of Co. Waterford. This is the […]

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Story of Ireland Nominated For IFTA Award

The joint BBC/RTE production Story of Ireland presented by Fergal Keane has been nominated for an Irish Film and Television Academy award in the ‘Factual Programme’ Category. The awards ceremony takes place on 11th February. The programme charted the history of the island from earliest times through to the present day. Rubicon’s Damian Shiels was […]

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A Day in the Life of Caherduggan Castle, 15th April 1644

As the excavation at Caherduggan Castle winds down we are now concentrating on post-excavation works and trying to find out more about the people who occupied the site. With that in mind we have begun to explore the history of the Castle in the 1640s, when Ireland was engulfed in a conflict known as the […]

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