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Historic Building Survey at Morenish Chapel

A survey team from Rubicon Heritage Services recently completed an historic building survey of a fascinating building on the banks of Loch Tay in Scotland. The survey consisted of measured drawings of the external elevations together with rectified photography.  Surveyor using a reflectorless EDM with PenMap software Morenish Chapel is a fine example of a […]

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Rubicon's Enda O'Flaherty undertaking the geophysical survey for the show (Dragonshead)

Rubicon on Medieval Dead, Yesterday Channel, 7PM

Tonight at 7pm on the Yesterday Channel (Sky Channel 537) the new episode of the Medieval Dead will air, hosted by Dr. Tim Sutherland of the University of York. The show, produced by Dragonhead Productions, is now in its third series, and tonight’s episode concentrates on the Gall Óglaigh, the famed Irish Gallowglass warriors who traced their origins to […]

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Monitoring the opening of the archaeological trenches before volunteers arrived on site (Rubicon Heritage)

Revealing Early Edinburgh: Continuing Work at Medieval Bridgend

Following the news that the community group and charity Bridgend Inspiring Growth have been successful in their Big Lottery funding bid to allow renovations of Bridgend Farmhouse, Rubicon carried out a programme of building recording on the farmhouse and archaeological evaluation to the east and north of the building before the development commences. The study […]

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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Poster (Society of Antiquaries)

Rubicon Sponsored 2014 Rhind Lectures Now Free to View Online

This year Rubicon sponsored the prestigious Rhind Lecture Series presented by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. The series of lectures were presented in April by Professor John Waddell, on the topic of Archaeology & Celtic Myth and each has now been made available online, free to view, by the Society. We have provided links […]

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