Tag Archives | Archaeology Ireland

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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Space and Settlement in Medieval Ireland

Space and Settlement in Medieval Ireland

Hot of the press at Four Courts is the new Space and Settlement in Medieval Ireland, edited by Dr. Vicky McAlister of Southeast Missouri State University and Dr. Terry Barry, Professor of Medieval History at Trinity College, Dublin. The volume is a selection of some of the papers presented at the first three Space and […]

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Burns Night Supper Invite

Great Chieftain O’ the Puddin-Race!

On 26th January last, Rubicon’s own tim’rous beastie, Colm Moloney, in company with Louise Baker, attended the Burns Night Supper at the British Ambassador’s residence in Glencairn, Dublin. The event was attended by Ms Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs, along with Irish politicians such as former Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore TD. A […]

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The Quiet Landscape: Archaeological Investigations on the M6

Launch of Monograph on Archaeological Investigations on the M6 Motorway

Last week we attended the launch of the latest National Roads Authority Monograph, entitled The Quiet Landscape: Archaeological Investigations on the M6 Galway to Ballinasloe National Road Scheme. Rubicon were one of the archaeological contractors who excavated sites along the route, and as such we have a number of chapters and contributions in the volume. […]

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