This summer, a team of OU archeologists finished excavating a bison kill site that hadn’t been touched by humans in thousands of years.
The site was last visited by humans in the Folsom Age — which was more than 10,000 years ago, said K.C. Carlson, field director of the excavation.
The team found the skeletal remains of more than a dozen bison, some Folsom points — weapons used to kill bison — and some of the butchering tools Paleoindians used to cut up the animals, OU archeologist Leland Bement said.
Looks like this was a Time Team gig as well.