The Process of Discovery: Preparing Llandeilo’s Bronze Age Cremations for Analysis
Another view of one of the Welsh barrows under excavation (Rubicon Heritage)

The Process of Discovery: Preparing Llandeilo’s Bronze Age Cremations for Analysis

Rubicon have a team constantly working on archaeological processing. We have a facility which includes flotation tanks, drying rooms, sorting and storage areas that allows us to tackle numerous types…

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Press Release: Luas Works Reveal Multiple Human Remains at College Green
The skull of one of the individuals excavated at College Green (Copyright Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd)

Press Release: Luas Works Reveal Multiple Human Remains at College Green

On 16 July during Luas Cross City works on College Green, monitoring archaeologists from Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd, working on behalf of the Railway Procurement Agency made a discovery of…

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A Birds Eye View of Georgian Inverness
Composite rectified photograph of the front facade (Rubicon Heritage)

A Birds Eye View of Georgian Inverness

In our latest blog, Rubicon's Jonathan Millar describes the techniques we used on a recent project to record a Georgian building in Inverness. Rubicon were in the Highland capital to carry…

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Rubicon Photo of the Week: Sorting Prehistoric Cremations
Processing Cremation burials (Rubicon Heritage)

Rubicon Photo of the Week: Sorting Prehistoric Cremations

This week's photos of the week, taken today, shows Rubicon's Enda O'Flaherty carefully sorting through samples from a Prehistoric cremation burial, from which he is extracting all available scientific information,…

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Rubicon Sponsored 2014 Rhind Lectures Now Free to View Online
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…

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Rubicon Photo of the Week: Excavating Human Remains in Front of Trinity College
Rubicon’s Ivan Pawle excavating human remains, discovered as part of the LUAS works outside Trinity College Dublin (Rubicon Heritage)

Rubicon Photo of the Week: Excavating Human Remains in Front of Trinity College

This week’s photo was taken by our osteoarchaeologist Carmelita Troy yesterday. It shows Rubicon’s Ivan Pawle excavating human remains, discovered as part of the LUAS works outside Trinity College Dublin.…

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Rubicon Photo of the Week: At Work in Dublin’s Fair City
Rubicon's Peter Kerins at work this week in Dublin City Centre, in the shadow of the Parnell Monument (James Hession)

Rubicon Photo of the Week: At Work in Dublin’s Fair City

This week's 'Photo of the Week' sees Peter Kerins recording in one of the Luas project trenches, in the shadow of one of Ireland's most famous statues, the Parnell Monument.…

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George Osborne’s Planning Reforms: Brownfield Revolution or Archaeological Nightmare?
Chancellor George Osborne (Wikipedia)

George Osborne’s Planning Reforms: Brownfield Revolution or Archaeological Nightmare?

Last Friday Chancellor George Osborne announced a plan to build 200,000 homes on brownfield sites by 2020. The process puts the responsibility on the local authority for pre-approving planning on…

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The Search Begins for Bridgend Medieval Royal Chapel!
View of site in May 2014 (Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd)

The Search Begins for Bridgend Medieval Royal Chapel!

Rubicon Heritage are delighted to be working with The Greater Liberton Heritage Project, supported by Edinburgh City Council on a community excavation at Bridgend Farm, Old Dalkeith Road in Edinburgh.…

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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…

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Ysgol Bro Dinefwr Archaeology

We are currently working at Ysgol Bro Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire with our colleagues from AB Heritage. We are finding some interesting Bronze Age and Iron Age archaeology, as highlighted in this…

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

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