28 scientific papers by the participants to the European Project PaCEJean-Paul MorelLes plantes, un aspect de la civilisation européenneAnna Maria MercuriPaCE: a project for EuropeAnna Maria MercuriPlants and culture: a neglected basic partnership for interculturalitySoultana Maria ValamotiPlant food ingredients and ‘recipes’ from Prehistoric Greece:the archaeobotanical evidenceEurydice KefalidouThe plants of victory in ancient Greece and RomeLaura Sadori, Emilia Allevato, Giovanna Bosi, Giulia Caneva,Elisabetta Castiglioni, Alessandra Celant, Gaetano Di Pasquale,Marco Giardini, Marta Mazzanti, Rossella Rinaldi, Mauro Rottoliand Francesca SusannaThe introduction and diffusion of peach in ancient ItalyAnnamaria CiaralloPlants as a major element in the cultural frameworkof PompeiiAnna Maria Mercuri, Carla Alberta Accorsi, Marta Bandini Mazzanti,Paola Bigi, Gianluca Bottazzi, Giovanna Bosi, Marco Marchesini,Maria Chiara Montecchi, Linda Olmi and Daniel PediniFrom the “Treasure of Domagnano” to the archaeobotany ofa Roman and Gothic settlement in the Republic of San MarinoMarta Bandini Mazzanti, Giovanna Bosi and Chiara GuarnieriThe useful plants of the city of Ferrara (Late Medieval/Renaissance) based on archaeobotanical records from middensand historical/culinary/ethnobotanical documentationDimitris Roubis, Francesca Sogliani, Anna Maria Mercuri, CarlaAlberta Accorsi, Marta Bandini Mazzanti, Giovanna Bosi, AssuntaFlorenzano and Isabella Massamba N’sialaExploiting a monastic territory: a multi-disciplinary approachusing GIS and pollen analysis to study the medieval landscapeof the Jure Vetere monastery (Calabria-Italy)Laura Sadori and Diego SabatoPlant remains from the burials of St. Sisto basilica (Montaltodi Castro, central Italy)Giovanna Bosi, Paolo Maria Guarrera, Rossella Rinaldi and MartaBandini MazzantiEthnobotany of purslane (Portulaca oleracea L.) in Italy andmorphobiometric analyses of seeds from archaeological sitesin the Emilia Romagna Region (Northern Italy)Brigitta BerzsényiPrehistoric food and plant resources from the Middle BronzeAge tell site of Százhalombatta-Földvár in Pest County (theBudapest hinterland, Hungary)Orsolya DálnokiCollected or cultivated? Exotic and indigenous fruit remainsfrom Celtic to Roman times in Pest County, HungaryAndrea Janka TóthVegetable and fruits on a Turkish table in 16th-17th centuryBuda. An interdisciplinary study of a post-medieval pitAyşe Mine Gençler Özkan and Çiğdem Gençler GürayA Mediterranean: Myrtus communis L. (Myrtle)Anely Nedelcheva and Yunus DoganFolk botanical nomenclature and classification in Bulgariantraditional knowledgeAnely NedelchevaPlants related to the life and medicinal practice of St. IvanRilskiAlicja Zemanek, Bogdan Zemanek, Krystyna Harmata, Jacek Madejaand Piotr KlepackiSelected foreign plants in old Polish botanical literature,customs and art (Acorus calamus, Aesculus hippocastanum,Cannabis sativa, Fagopyrum, Helianthus annuus, Iris)Krystyna Harmata, Jacek Madeja, Alicja Zemanek and BogdanZemanekSelected indigenous trees and shrubs in Polish botanicalliterature, customs and art (Juniperus communis, Salix, Betulaverrucosa, Populus tremula, Pinus sylvestris, Quercus, Tilia, Piceaexcelsa, Abies alba)Jacek Madeja, Krystyna Harmata, Piotr Kołaczek, Monika Karpińska-Kołaczek, Krzysztof Piątek and Przemysław NaksBracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn), mistletoe (Viscumalbum (L.)) and bladder-nut (Staphylea pinnata (L.)) - mysteriousplants with unusual applications.Cultural and ethnobotanical studiesAlicja Zemanek, Bogdan Zemanek, Piotr Klepacki and Jacek MadejaThe poppy (Papaver) in old Polish botanical literature andculturePer Arvid ÅsenPlants of possible monastic origin, growing in the past or present,at medieval monastery grounds in NorwayDagfinn MoeFew, but useful garden plants known from Norwegian summer-farmsPer Harald Salvesen and Birgit KanzBoxwood cultivars in old gardens in NorwayDagfinn Moe, Per Harald Salvesen and Per Arvid ÅsenGardens at remote lighthouses along the Norwegian coast. Abotanical projectSæbjørg Walaker Nordeide and Anne Karin HufthammerFishponds as garden features:the example from the Archbishop’s Palace, TrondheimDagfinn Moe and Per Harald SalvesenA European garden history event: a garden plant congress inBergen

Plants and Culture: seeds of the cultural heritage of Europe / J. P., Morel; Mercuri, Anna Maria. - STAMPA. - (2009), pp. 1-284.

Plants and Culture: seeds of the cultural heritage of Europe.

MERCURI, Anna Maria
2009

Abstract

28 scientific papers by the participants to the European Project PaCEJean-Paul MorelLes plantes, un aspect de la civilisation européenneAnna Maria MercuriPaCE: a project for EuropeAnna Maria MercuriPlants and culture: a neglected basic partnership for interculturalitySoultana Maria ValamotiPlant food ingredients and ‘recipes’ from Prehistoric Greece:the archaeobotanical evidenceEurydice KefalidouThe plants of victory in ancient Greece and RomeLaura Sadori, Emilia Allevato, Giovanna Bosi, Giulia Caneva,Elisabetta Castiglioni, Alessandra Celant, Gaetano Di Pasquale,Marco Giardini, Marta Mazzanti, Rossella Rinaldi, Mauro Rottoliand Francesca SusannaThe introduction and diffusion of peach in ancient ItalyAnnamaria CiaralloPlants as a major element in the cultural frameworkof PompeiiAnna Maria Mercuri, Carla Alberta Accorsi, Marta Bandini Mazzanti,Paola Bigi, Gianluca Bottazzi, Giovanna Bosi, Marco Marchesini,Maria Chiara Montecchi, Linda Olmi and Daniel PediniFrom the “Treasure of Domagnano” to the archaeobotany ofa Roman and Gothic settlement in the Republic of San MarinoMarta Bandini Mazzanti, Giovanna Bosi and Chiara GuarnieriThe useful plants of the city of Ferrara (Late Medieval/Renaissance) based on archaeobotanical records from middensand historical/culinary/ethnobotanical documentationDimitris Roubis, Francesca Sogliani, Anna Maria Mercuri, CarlaAlberta Accorsi, Marta Bandini Mazzanti, Giovanna Bosi, AssuntaFlorenzano and Isabella Massamba N’sialaExploiting a monastic territory: a multi-disciplinary approachusing GIS and pollen analysis to study the medieval landscapeof the Jure Vetere monastery (Calabria-Italy)Laura Sadori and Diego SabatoPlant remains from the burials of St. Sisto basilica (Montaltodi Castro, central Italy)Giovanna Bosi, Paolo Maria Guarrera, Rossella Rinaldi and MartaBandini MazzantiEthnobotany of purslane (Portulaca oleracea L.) in Italy andmorphobiometric analyses of seeds from archaeological sitesin the Emilia Romagna Region (Northern Italy)Brigitta BerzsényiPrehistoric food and plant resources from the Middle BronzeAge tell site of Százhalombatta-Földvár in Pest County (theBudapest hinterland, Hungary)Orsolya DálnokiCollected or cultivated? Exotic and indigenous fruit remainsfrom Celtic to Roman times in Pest County, HungaryAndrea Janka TóthVegetable and fruits on a Turkish table in 16th-17th centuryBuda. An interdisciplinary study of a post-medieval pitAyşe Mine Gençler Özkan and Çiğdem Gençler GürayA Mediterranean: Myrtus communis L. (Myrtle)Anely Nedelcheva and Yunus DoganFolk botanical nomenclature and classification in Bulgariantraditional knowledgeAnely NedelchevaPlants related to the life and medicinal practice of St. IvanRilskiAlicja Zemanek, Bogdan Zemanek, Krystyna Harmata, Jacek Madejaand Piotr KlepackiSelected foreign plants in old Polish botanical literature,customs and art (Acorus calamus, Aesculus hippocastanum,Cannabis sativa, Fagopyrum, Helianthus annuus, Iris)Krystyna Harmata, Jacek Madeja, Alicja Zemanek and BogdanZemanekSelected indigenous trees and shrubs in Polish botanicalliterature, customs and art (Juniperus communis, Salix, Betulaverrucosa, Populus tremula, Pinus sylvestris, Quercus, Tilia, Piceaexcelsa, Abies alba)Jacek Madeja, Krystyna Harmata, Piotr Kołaczek, Monika Karpińska-Kołaczek, Krzysztof Piątek and Przemysław NaksBracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn), mistletoe (Viscumalbum (L.)) and bladder-nut (Staphylea pinnata (L.)) - mysteriousplants with unusual applications.Cultural and ethnobotanical studiesAlicja Zemanek, Bogdan Zemanek, Piotr Klepacki and Jacek MadejaThe poppy (Papaver) in old Polish botanical literature andculturePer Arvid ÅsenPlants of possible monastic origin, growing in the past or present,at medieval monastery grounds in NorwayDagfinn MoeFew, but useful garden plants known from Norwegian summer-farmsPer Harald Salvesen and Birgit KanzBoxwood cultivars in old gardens in NorwayDagfinn Moe, Per Harald Salvesen and Per Arvid ÅsenGardens at remote lighthouses along the Norwegian coast. Abotanical projectSæbjørg Walaker Nordeide and Anne Karin HufthammerFishponds as garden features:the example from the Archbishop’s Palace, TrondheimDagfinn Moe and Per Harald SalvesenA European garden history event: a garden plant congress inBergen
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