The Archaeology of Large-Scale Manipulation of Prey
The Economic and Social Dynamics of Mass Hunting
Leland C. Bement is an archeologist with the Oklahoma Archeological Survey at the University of Oklahoma, Norman. He has forty years of experience in the prehistoric archaeology of the southern plains of North America and has worked extensively on Paleoindian and Archaic sites in Texas and Oklahoma. He is coeditor of The Archaeology of Large-Scale Manipulation of Prey and Diversity in Open-Air Site Structure across the Pleistocene/Holocene Boundary, and the author of Hunter-Gatherer Mortuary Practices during the Central Texas Archaic and Bison Hunting at Cooper Site.