Jamie Stott

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Project Discovery 2016 Field School

June 14, 2016 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

This is my third official field season with Project Discovery and my fourth year with the program. Project Discovery is the brainchild of an amazing woman named Margie Nash, she and her husband Joe were passionate about archaeology and wanted to do more – and thus Project Discovery was born. It’s an education and public […]

Petroglyph Panel

Prehistoric Rock Art & Preservation

November 18, 2014 | Video | by Jamie Stott

Ever wanted to know more about rock art? In this video I cover the basics, then move on to discuss proper site etiquette when visiting a rock art panel. I talk about vandalism and what is being done by archaeologists, land mangers, and you (yes, you) to protect it. Check it out! Have a comment […]

Jamie Stott crocodile yellow water billabong

Aussie Throwback Blog: Darwin

May 26, 2014 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

the adventure continued… so we left ayers rock and were darwin bound. unfortunately fate had other plans. there was some massive outage for qantas and flights all over australia were f’d in the a. translation? we had an unexpected 6 hour layover in alice springs. i almost cried. literally, i almost cried. the gal at […]

Great Hunt Panel in Nine Mile Canyon, Utah

The Great Hunt Panel

April 12, 2013 | Prehistoric | by Jamie Stott

Onah had been born deformed. The bones in his right leg were smaller than normal and didn’t develop the way they ought to have. Usually babies born with obvious deformities were sent back to Great Spirit within their first few hours of life. This was the way of The People. Luckily for Onah, his deformity […]

The Six Ancestors

February 22, 2013 | Prehistoric | by Jamie Stott

Namu had been wandering through the canyon for days. He was searching for a sign. Something to guide him and their people. They had been wandering for as long as he could remember. He was sent ahead of the main party as a scout to find areas good for camping, or hunting. But he was […]