New evidence supports authenticity of Shroud of Turin
Catholic World News - July 29, 2009
In new study of the Shroud of Turin has discovered traces of writing in Aramaic, judged by experts to be more than 1800 years old. The visible letters appear to portions of the phrase "king of the Jews"-- thereby strongly supporting the belief that the fabric is the burial cloth of Jesus Christ.
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