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Rubicon Webinar Episode 2 – Archaeology and the Planning Process

This is the second talk in our new webinar series. If you are interested, the previous talk is available here: http://www.rubiconheritage.com/2020/05/12/rubicon-webinar-series-launch/ This talk focuses on how archaeology fits into the planning process. If you want to find out more about some of the topics covered then the following resources might be useful: Irish Legislation: http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/ […]

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Rubicon book on Tralee Bypass excavations soon to hit the shelves!

Rubicon Heritage and Transport Infrastructure Ireland are about to publish the results of the archaeological investigations on the route of the N22 Tralee Bypass

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‘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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Rubicon in April Issue of Seanda

In January Rubicon were delighted to assist with the organisation of a seminar in Kerry County Museum on the findings resulting from archaeological works on the N22 Tralee Bypass. Organised by the NRA and Kerry County Council, a number of talks were presented by Rubicon staff at the event. The April issue of the ezine […]

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From Lands End to John O’Groats: Rubicon’s first year in the UK

When we first set up in the UK – a little over a year ago now – promoting our services as a ‘nationwide company for archaeology,’ it seemed only fitting that one of our first projects would be at Lands End. Where better place to start our company than the UK’s most southern tip – […]

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