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Matt Ritchie's piece on Craig Phadrig in the CIfA Scottish Group Newsletter (CIfA)

Rubicon & Craig Phadrig, Inverness

The latest issue of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Scottish Group Newsletter includes a piece by Forestry Commission Scotland archaeologist Matt Ritchie on their work at Craig Phadrig hillfort in Inverness. The piece includes some excellent reconstruction drawings that are based on Rubicon’s detailed survey of the site, one of a number we have carried […]

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Forestry Commission Scotland Castle O'er Poster (Forestry Commission Scotland)

Modelling Castle O’er: A Poster from the Forestry Commission Scotland

Rubicon have been undertaking a number of surveys for Forestry Commission Scotland of late, using our expertise in terrain modelling and contour planning to produce detailed records of a number of sites throughout Scotland. The Forestry Commission have recently produced a poster relating to some work we were involved in at Castle O’er hillfort in […]

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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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