Turin Shroud back on display infographic
Graphic shows the Turin Shroud, with details of the case for and against its authenticity.
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Turin Shroud

April 19, 2015 - June 24, 2015 - The shroud, believed by many Christians to be the burial cloth of Jesus of Nazareth, appears to show the image of a naked man bearing wounds consistent with crucifixion. Debunked as a medieval forgery in 1988, a more recent study concludes it could indeed have originated in the era of Jesus Christ. The Shroud will go back on public display for 10 weeks, beginning April 19.

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PUBLISHED:10/04/2015; STORY: Graphic News
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