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Shroud of Turin
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The Shroud of Turin
Shroud of Turin Story
Shroud of Turin Education Project
(in memory of Father Kim Dreisbach)
(of G. Fanti)
Collegamento pro Sindone
The Shroud of Turin for Scandinavian Languages
Council for Study of the Shroud of Turin
Crucifixion and Shroud Studies
Shroud of Turin: The Truth
Light of the Shroud
Confirmed observations, other
B057) The limestone found on the feet contains calcium in the form of aragonite. Similar characteristics were found on samples coming from Ecole Biblique tomb in Jerusalem (Levi-Setti 1985, Antonacci 2000).
B058) It is unknown whether Saponaria officinalis can be detected on the Shroud (Rogers 2003; Jumper 1984 ; Gilbert 1980).
B059) Rust stains due to thumb tacks were found on the sides of the TS [Shroud of Turin] (Faraon 1998/99, Schwortz 2003).
B060) Characteristics of the TS [Shroud of Turin] face and right foot are close to those found on some Byzantine coins (gold-solidus) of the VII-XIII century A.D. (Moroni 1986).
B061) Some water stains are older than the 1532 fire because they indicate a different folding of the TS [Shroud of Turin] (Guerreschi and Salcito 2002).
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