Credit. Public Domain A pair of Italian researchers, one a forensic anthropologist, the other a chemist, has evidencw tests to determine the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin and report that their analysis indicates that the shroud is a forgery. Shroud of turin evidence their paper published in the Journal of Forensic Sciences, Matteo Borrini and Luigi Garlaschelli describe the tests they conducted and what they found. A separate paper published last year has been retracted; it was originally published on the open access shroud of turin evidence PLOS One by another team claiming to have found evidence of trauma to the body of the person seen on the shroud. In this new effort, Borrini and Garlaschelli tested the authenticity of the shroud by carrying out experiments with fake and real blood and cloth simulating the shroud.
Moira Cullings April 12, 2018 The life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ came alive for a group of researchers who opened the tomb where millions believe he was buried over 2,000 years ago. Fredrik Hiebert, archaeologist-in-residence for National Geographic. The site they were directed to and where they built a shrine currently lies within the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. But the Holy Edicule — the shrine that encloses the tomb — has needed significant renovations for years. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre had actually agreed to do the Edicule restoration in 1959, but it took cooperation from each patriarch from the three Christian communities responsible for the tomb Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem, the Franciscan order of the Catholic Church and the Armenian Patriarchate to finally make it happen in 2016.
Что вы собираетесь делать с моим мальчонкой. Поджарите на этом масле. - Нет, - усмехнулась Николь. - Хотя по звукам тебе, быть может, и покажется .