Richmond Penitentiary Cholera Cemetery Excavation, Grangegorman, Dublin.
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Richmond Penitentiary Cholera Cemetery Excavation, Grangegorman, Dublin.

An account of the excavation of a 19th century #cholera cemetery in #Dublin which was written for publication in 'The Archaeologist' by the CIfA. #archaeology

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Finding a foundry! Excavations at the Hafod-Morfa industrial complex in Swansea, Wales
Aerial view of the excavations

Finding a foundry! Excavations at the Hafod-Morfa industrial complex in Swansea, Wales

An account of the archaeological excavations at the Hafod-Morfa Industrial complex in Swansea, Wales

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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…

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Archaeology and the historic trams of Edinburgh
Early Edinburgh tram © Reproduced with acknowledgement to Alex James, grandson of TP Lugton

Archaeology and the historic trams of Edinburgh

http://blog.rubiconheritage.com/ Transport for the masses: the Historic Trams of Edinburgh Archaeology does not always deal with the distant past. Buried remains from the last century can provide exciting information about…

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Remembering the Irish of the American Civil War at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Iveagh House
At the Iveagh House lecture to commemorate the Irish of the American Civil War. L-R Rubicon's Damian Shiels, Professor Patrick Griffin, Minister Charlie Flanagan T.D., Professor David Gleeson (Image: Department of Foreign Affairs)

Remembering the Irish of the American Civil War at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Iveagh House

Since 2012 the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs have hosted a series of commemorative lectures, with the purpose of recalling significant events in Irish history. Known as the Iveagh House…

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