Turin Shroud

Genetic material suggests the shroud may have been created in India.
Detectives took the Turin Shroud, believed to show Jesus’ image, and created a photo-fit image from the material.
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The people who hit the streets, on the first of May in Italy, wanted to celebrate the day of labor in the major cities. Also, to express their worries about the lack of work and the unemployment (which is now 43 percent among young people). Their credo: more work for everybody, less work per person.
Fanti's book, Il Mistero della Sindone (translated to The Mystery of the Shroud) , co-authored by journalist Saverio Gaeta
Perhaps the more startling assertion made by de Wesselow is that it was the sight of the Shroud after the crucifixion, and
"Throughout most of history images have been viewed as mysterious, metaphysical beings... Before the Enlightenment, images
Last year scientists were able to replicate marks on the cloth using highly advanced ultraviolet techniques that weren't
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The Holy Shroud of Turin, one of the most venerated objects of the Christian faith, was in fact the work of the great Italian
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The Turin Shroud, said to be the burial cloth of Christ, was secretly hidden in a Benedictine abbey during the Second World