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  1. Mar 23, 2016 · The Shroud of Turin. March 23, 2016 by Raymond F. Hain III. Burial of Christ, by Michelangelo Caravaggio, 1602-1604. The Shroud of Turin was on public display from April 19, 2015 through June 24, 2015 in the Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. More than two million visitors came to Turin from around the world to view the Shroud.

  2. The Shroud of Turin ( Italian: Sindone di Torino ), also known as the Holy Shroud [2] [3] (Italian: Sacra Sindone ), is a length of linen cloth that bears a faint image of the front and back of a man.

    • Linen
    • 4.4 m × 1.1 m (14 ft 5 in × 3 ft 7 in)
    • 13th to 14th century
  3. Dec 30, 2022 · The Shroud of Turin, which is believed to have wrapped Jesus’ body after his Crucifixion, is a seemingly inexhaustible source of discoveries and disputes between historians and scientists ...

    • Solène Tadié
  4. Apr 13, 2020 · Scientists say the Shroud of Turin can’t be real, but some experts continue to insist it is. Nevertheless, the Shroud and the mystery around it continue to be a huge draw for tourists in Italy ...

  5. Mar 19, 2016 · March 19, 2016 / Ray Downing An illustration from the Pray Codex, Burial of Jesus. The National Library of Budapest houses a document titled the Pray Codex or Pray Manuscript, named after its discoverer Gyorgy Pray.

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