Jamie Stott

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Aussie Throwback Blog: I Survived the Pilbara

March 3, 2014 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

its true. you heard it here first. i survived my first field session up north. it was….interesting. i left you last time after eating goanna and sweltering in the heat. not much changed the rest of the session. i saw some beautiful country and recorded some great sites.  its okay to feel jealous after looking […]

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Aussie Throwback Blog: Rocks and Stripes

February 10, 2014 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

k first off, i have to say how weird it was getting ready for work this morning and watching the superbowl on tv. they cancelled my morning news to broadcast football, and it was so trippy making my coffee and eating my cereal and watching it, knowing that at the very same time all of […]

Clovis Point

Grandpa’s Clovis Point

April 19, 2013 | Artifact, Prehistoric | by Jamie Stott

Ashley was new to the graduate program at the University. She’d been accepted the previous year, and was still feeling her way around the department. Although her undergrad degree had been in Anthropology her real passion was Archaeology, more specifically lithics. She’d chosen this particular graduate program because of their renowned reputation and ground breaking […]

The First Hunt

March 8, 2013 | Artifact, Prehistoric | by Jamie Stott

A twig snapped, the sound loudly echoing across the dry landscape. Balu cursed himself for being so careless, quickly looking up to see if the noise had disturbed his prey. About 50 meters north beneath an Acacia tree, was a kangaroo. It hadn’t bolted from the noise, but its ears were stiff and alert, and […]