As such, their first port of call was to her home in England. Seymour eventually relented and the family began the two year stretch.
Still living in the city of Oxford, Miss Seymour was introduced to the boy then declined Professor Jones' offer. It would be nine days of study before Indiana saw his first adventure.
He took piano lessons, but didn't think he was very good at it so he quit.
Following the success of his books, Professor Jones was invited on a two year long world lecture tour of schools and universities.
At some point in 1905, Indy and his parents visited relatives in New Mexico, and it was there that Indy rode on a pony - the first time he ever rode a horse, a talent he would eventually fully master.
Throughout his career, Jones found numerous famous mythological artifacts, including the Sankara Stones, the Ark of the Covenant, the Holy Grail, and the Crystal Skull of Akator, which placed him in conflict with different groups across the globe.
Henry Walton Jones, Junior was an American archaeologist most famously known as Indiana Jones or Indy.
During World War I, he used the name Henri Defense, and went by a number of aliases throughout his life.
From 1908 to 1910, "Indiana" and Anna were to accompany him on his travels around the globe.
So "Junior" wouldn't be losing out on his studies, Professor Jones decided to hire his old Oxford University tutor Miss Helen Margaret Seymour. was determined for his son to have the best tutor he could get.