Plants and Culture: seeds of the cultural heritage of Europe
edited by jean-Paul Morel and Anna Maria Mercuri 
on-line edition

Jean-Paul Morel
Les plantes, un aspect de la civilisation européenne
Anna Maria Mercuri
PaCE: a project for Europe
Anna Maria Mercuri
Plants and culture: a a neglected basic partnership for interculturality
Soultana Maria Valamoti
Plant food ingredients and ‘recipes’ from Prehistoric Greece: the archaeobotanical evidence
Eurydice Kefalidou
The Plants of Victory in ancient Greece and Rome
Laura Sadori, Emilia Allevato, Giovanna Bosi, Giulia Caneva, Elisabetta Castiglioni, Alessandra Celant, Gaetano Di Pasquale, Marco Giardini, Marta Mazzanti, Rossella Rinaldi, Mauro Rottoli and Francesca Susanna
The introduction and diffusion of peach in ancient Italy
Anna Maria Ciarallo
Plants as a major element in the cultural framework of Pompei
Anna Maria Mercuri, Carla Alberta Accorsi, Marta Bandini Mazzanti, Paola Bigi, Gianluca Bottazzi, Giovanna Bosi, , Marco Marchesini, Linda Olmi and Chiara Montecchi
From the “Treasure of Domagnano” to the archaeobotany of a Roman and Gothic settlement in the Republic of San Marino
Marta Bandini Mazzanti, Giovanna Bosi and Chiara Guarnieri
The useful plants of the city of Ferrara (Late Mediaeval/Renaissance) based on archaeobotanical records from middens and historical/culinary/ethnobotanical documentation
Dimitris Roubis, Francesca Sogliani, Anna Maria Mercuri, Carla Alberta Accorsi, Marta Bandini Mazzanti, Giovanna Bosi, Assunta Florenzano  and Isabella Massamba N’Siala
Exploiting a monastic territory: a multi-disciplinary approach using GIS platform and pollen analysis to study the Mediaeval landscape of the Jure Vetere monastery (Calabria – Italy)
Laura Sadori and Diego Sabato
Plant remains from the burials of St. Sisto church (Montalto di Castro, central Italy)
Giovanna Bosi, Paolo Maria Guarrera, Rossella Rinaldi and Marta Bandini Mazzanti
Ethnobotany of purslane (Portulaca oleracea L.) in Italy and morphobiometric analyses of seeds from archaeological sites in the Emilia Romagna Region (Northern Italy)
Brigitta Berzsényi 
Prehistoric food and plant resources from the Middle Bronze Age tell site of Százhalombatta-Földvár in Pest County (the Budapest hinterland, Hungary)
Orsolya Dálnoki
Collected or cultivated? Exotic and indigenous fruit remains from Celtic to Roman times in Pest County, Hungary
Andrea JankaTóth
Vegetable and fruits on a Turkish plate in 16th-17th century Buda. An interdisciplinary study of a post-medieval pit
Ayse Mine Özkan and Çigdem Güray
A Mediterranean: Myrtus communis
Anely Nedelcheva and Yunus Dogan
Folk botanical nomenclature and classification in Bulgarian traditional knowledge
Anely Nedelcheva
Plants related to life and medicinal practice of St. Ivan Rilski
Alicja Zemanek, Bogdan Zemanek, Krystyna Harmata, Jacek Madeja and Piotr Klepacki
Selected foreign plants in old Polish botanical literature, customs and art (Acorus calamus, Aesculus hippocastanum, Cannabis sativa, Fagopyrum, Helianthus annus, Iris)
Krystyna Harmata, Jacek Madeja, Alicja Zemanek and Bogdan Zemanek
Selected indigenous trees and shrubs in Polish botanical literature, customs and art (Juniperus communis, Salix, Betula verrucosa, Populus tremula, Pinus sylvestris, Quercus, Tilia, Picea excelsa, Abies alba)
Jacek Madeja, Krystyna Harmata, Piotr Kolaczek, Monika Karpinska-Kolaczek, Krzysztof Piatek and Przemyslaw Naks
Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn), mistletoe (Viscum album (L.)) and bladder-nut (Staphylea pinnata (L.)) - mysterious plants with unusual applications. Cultural and ethnobotanical studies
Alicja Zemanek, Bogdan Zemanek, Piotr Klepacki and Jacek Madeja
Poppy (Papaver) in old Polish botanical literature and culture
Per Arvid Åsen
Plants of possible monastic origin, growing in the past or present, at medieval monastery grounds in Norway
Dagfinn Moe
Few, but useful garden plants known from Norwegian summer-farms
Per Harald Salvesen and Birgit Kanz
Boxwood cultivars in old gardens in Norway
Dagfinn Moe, Per Harald Salvesen and Per Arvid Åsen
Gardens at remote lighthouses along the Norwegian coast. A botanical project.
Sæbjørg Walaker Nordeide and Anne Karin Hufthammer Bergen
Fishponds as garden features: the example from the Archbishop's Palace, Trondheim
Dagfinn Moe
A European garden history event: a garden plant congress in Bergen