Tag Archives | Archaeology Ireland

‘Colonising a Royal Landscape’ is officially launched!

December 2018 saw the publication of another massive Rubicon project which was excavated during the road building programme in Ireland during the noughties. The Mullaghmast project was part of the M9 motorway project which connected Waterford and Dublin. Rubicon undertook the excavations on the section from just south of Carlow town to Kilcullen in County […]

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Stephen O'Shea, Rubicon Sales Manager

Stephen O’Shea Joins Rubicon Heritage

Rubicon Heritage are delighted to announce a new addition to our team, with Stephen O’Shea coming on board as the company’s new Sales Manager. Stephen’s appointment is in response to the growing levels of opportunities that Rubicon are developing throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. He brings with him a wealth of sales experience, having […]

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The IBNS Logo, designed by the Rubicon graphics team

The Launch of the Irish Business Network Scotland

Our Managing Director, Colm Moloney, has taken on the role of Chairman of the Irish Business Network Scotland (IBNS) which will be launched tonight in Edinburgh Castle. The IBNS has three primary objectives: To facilitate better communication, connectivity and collaboration between the business communities of Ireland and Scotland. To provide a forum to assist entrepreneurs […]

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A Guide to the Excavations at Ardreigh, Co. Kildare

Another Free Archaeology eBook: Guide to the Excavations at Ardreigh, Co. Kildare

We recently made our eBook on excavations at Love Lodge Farm in Carmarthanshire freely available on the website (see here). We are now delighted to make another of our eBooks accessible on the Rubicon page. The¬†Guide to the Excavations at Ardreigh, County Kildare¬†was produced on behalf of Kildare County Council, and details the results of […]

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Rubicon Heritage Flickr Page

As part of our ongoing process of dissemination we have revamped and relaunched the Rubicon Flickr Page. We will be regularly expanding and adding to this over the coming weeks and months with images from our work throughout the UK and Ireland. Much of what is currently displayed highlights some of our illustration, finds photography […]

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