Is it correct to categorize Jones Sr. as an archaeologist? He researched Grail lore as a hobby, but I don't know of him having any formal training in the discipline. jSarek 21:27, 14 April 2008 (UTC)
Indiana Jones: [angrily] This is an obsession, Dad! I never understood it! Never! [dirty] Neither did Mom.
Henry Jones: Oh, yes she did, only too well! Unfortunately.... She kept her illness from me, until all I could do was mourn her.
If Henry drank from the Holy Grail, how did he die? Captain bly 02:22, 18 August 2008 (UTC)
answer to death
You want to know how he died. He died from old age. From member keeleyjake.
- The implication from the Grail Knight is that the price of immortality is remaining behind the Great Seal in the Temple. Though both Joneses drank from the Grail, they exited the temple. Likewise, two of the three Grail knights had eventually left the temple, and later died.
- Jawajames 00:29, 19 August 2008 (UTC)
Is his runescape appearence canon? Clonehunter 18:47, 10 May 2009 (UTC)
Age changed him.
It seems, looking at the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, that as a young man Professor Henry Jones suppressed his Scottishness and took everything in life too seriously. However by the late 1930s, according to Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, he seemed to be returning to his Scottish roots by sounding more Scottish and seemed to have cultivated a good sense of humour. 184.108.40.206 16:36, 9 June 2009 (UTC)
nationality and citizenship
so he's British by birth citizenship, and Scottish by nationality... and one asked whether he became an American citizen later in life (considering that he married an American, and lived his professional life in America). It could be possible - in Last Crusade, the Nazi communique says to eliminate the "American conspirators" meaning the two Joneses. The Germans could have simply assumed Jones was American because of his American career and American son. The wanted posters given out in Berlin (as shown in the Lost Journal) list Henry Jones aus Vereinigts Staaten von Amerika (as Heimatland, Heimatort)- "aus" translates to "out" or "out of" or "off" but Heimatland = Home-country.
swimming in the loch
In The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones film Travels with Father, he stated that when he was five years old he would go swimming in the loch. This may seem a little awkward but just of curiousity.......Did he wear a bathing suit or go in the nude? JustMeJordanW 12:41, 14 September 2016 (UTC)