A close-up look at the Turin Shroud

Published on April 12th, 2010 | by Admin

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BBC News has posted a great close-up look at both the front and the back of the Turin Shroud.

The Turin Shroud is a linen cloth measuring 1.21m by 4.42m believed by some to bear the impression of Jesus Christ. For the first time in a decade it has gone on display in Turin.

Here we have highlighted the key features on the cloth that its custodian, the Archdiocese of Turin, says supports the notion that the shroud was used to wrap a man who “suffered the death of crucifixion”.

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2 Responses to A close-up look at the Turin Shroud

  1. MamaMacabre says:

    Hasn’t this cloth been proven to be of modern origin time and time again?

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