Latest Relics attributed to Jesus Stories
Italian researchers at the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy, and Sustainable Economic Development have been doing research on the origins of the Shroud of Turin, the supposed burial cloth of Jesus Christ.
LOS ANGELES, April 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- New documents are being made public on the Internet this week revealing that in 2000 through 2010 an eight-chapter "Message" was discovered to exist in tandem with the ancient Catholic, highly controversial SHROUD OF TURIN (Shroud, meaning: burial cloth - Turin: the city in Italy).
Scientists today described development of a new method to determine the age of ancient mummies, old artwork, and other relics without causing damage to these treasures of global cultural heritage.
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The DNA of a 1st century shrouded man found in a tomb on the edge of the Old City of Jerusalem has revealed the earliest proven case of leprosy.
An Italian scientist claims he has reproduced the Shroud of Turin, the linen some Christians revere as the burial cloth of Jesus Christ.
A prominent U.S. chemist who pronounced the Turin Shroud a fake came to believe it could have been the burial cloth of Jesus, a television documentary says. Ray Rogers, a chemist from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, helped lead the Shroud of Turin Research Project in 1988.
Research suggests the Shroud of Turin -- said to be Jesus' burial cloth -- was hidden by medieval knights for more than a century, the Vatican said Sunday. The Vatican's weekly newspaper said a researcher in the Vatican Secret Archives has found a document that suggests the shroud was hidden by the Knights Templar and secretly venerated for more than 100 years after the Crusades, The Times of London reported Monday. The newspaper said the shroud disappeared in 1204 during the Fourth Crusade...
The image of Jesus, or possibly Sasquatch or a Persian king, seems to have appeared on a door at a Florida car dealership. Employees at Jarrett Ford Lincoln Mercury in Pasco County near Tampa are split on what they are seeing, the St.
By Stephen Brown ROME (Reuters) - Pope Benedict became the first pontiff on Friday to visit "Veronica's Veil," which Christian tradition says was used to wipe the sweat from Jesus' brow on his way to crucifixion and miraculously recorded his features.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.