After decades of speculation, new research suggests that the Shroud of Turin, one of the Catholic Church's holiest relics, may be the real deal. Believed by some to have been Jesus' burial cloth, the Shroud has been the subject of much research. The latest battery of experiments led experts to conclude the cloth may have come from the first century A. Giulio Fanti, a professor of mechanical and thermal measurement at the University of Padua, announced the findings in a book that hit shelves Wednesday in Italy, reports Vatican Insider. Fanti has written several papers about the shroud, including one in that hypothesized how radiation could have caused the image of a man's bloody face and body to appear on the cloth.
Radiocarbon Dating: The Shroud of Turin
New test dates Shroud of Turin to era of Christ
This website focuses on the latest dating challenges of the Shroud of Turin. Although most Christians consider the Shroud to be the genuine burial cloth of Jesus, the results of the c carbon dating has been puzzling. Firm believers in the authenticity of the Shroud were confident of a serious dating error or incredible oversight in the c dating process. We dedicate this website to the remembrance Brendan Whiting, who's book "The Shroud Story" introduced the world to the most powerful evidence that the Shroud c data dating the Shroud in the 14th Century was invalid.
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Radiocarbon dating of the Shroud of Turin
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George Knapp was joined by J. The Hurtaks, and a group of specialists, were able to view the Shroud in person during its recent exhibition, and were impressed at the wealth of details that could be seen. They called into question the carbon dating of the Shroud done in which indicated it was from the 14th century, noting that the samples given to laboratories were from a repaired area of the cloth and not part of the original fabric. One intriguing area of research is the evidence that a " death certificate " was placed over the shroud and imprinted various letters and words into it.