Project components include summaries of archaeological sites bearing archeobotanical data, a searchable database of archaeological plant remains and interpretive essays and resources on the history of Maryland’s landscapes.
This site from the Washington State Department of Transportation listed a variety of plans with their botanical descriptions and cultural/health use. The site includes references and citations where the information for each plant comes from.
The archaeobotanical database is part of the research project Climate, Agriculture and Society – On the sustainability of Ancient Agricultural Systems, conducted at the universities of Freiburg and Tübingen between 2010 and 2015. The geographic area covered by the represented in the archaeobotanical data in ADEMNES, includes Greece, Turkey, Western Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, and Northern Egypt. The chronological frame comprises the Epipalaeolithic up to the Medieval periods, with a special focus on the Bronze and Iron Ages.