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'Above and Below: The Archaeology of Road and Light Rail' edited by Michael Stanley, Transport Infrastructure Ireland

Hot off the Press: Above and Below!

Rubicon Heritage is delighted to have work included in the new Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) archaeological publication ‘Above and Below: The Archaeology of Roads and Light Rail’, which is available to buy from all good stockists and via the Wordwell website. Rubicon Company Director Trish Long, Rubicon Project Archaeologist John O’Connor and noted medieval archaeologist […]

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Two New Rubicon NRA Archaeology Monographs

We are delighted to announce that the National Roads Authority is publishing two new archaeological monographs which showcase our work on the M7 Carlow Bypass, the M17 Galway to Tuam Scheme and the N17 Tuam Bypass. The majority of chapters were written and edited by Rubicon staff, and chart the results of dozens of different […]

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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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Stories of Ireland's Past NRA Seminar Poster

National Roads Authority Archaeology Seminar

A number of Rubicon staff attended the Nationals Road Authority’s Heritage Week Archaeology Seminar in Dublin’s Woodquay Venue last week. This year was a particularly notable, as a number of academic experts in different periods were asked to assess the contribution of Irish road scheme archaeology to their respective fields. It was quite clear that […]

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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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