Friday, 24 April 2009
African Archaeobotany 2009
Although I will sadly miss it myself, I want to note the link to the webpage of the upcomming International Workshop for Africa Archaeobotany 6 in Cairo this summer. I have finally updated the African archaeobotany links on the IWAA website, both to point to the new website, but also some resources that have come to my attention recently, including PROTA, which makes available the text of the all the species which have been written up and published in the Plant Resources of Tropical Africa project, and the Kyoto University based AFLORA, which is a database of African Ethonobotany. It appears to be particularly rich for Pygmy and Bushmen groups.