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Orna has had experience examining objects excavated from the "Cave of the Warrior," a major Neolithic site in the Judean desert where a large burial shroud covered in red pigment, bowls, weapons, and woven objects have been uncovered.
The debris formed a kind of thin burial shroud for the ancient maria.
and stacked her Methodist dollars in a canvas burial shroud stuffed behind shelves of mildewed Chaucerian scholars.
Sunday, August 13 -- The Shroud of Turin, revered by some Christians as Christ's burial shroud, will go on display as part of the Roman Catholic Church's millennium celebrations.
Modelled on the Shroud of Turin, which many Christians believe was Jesus' burial shroud, the 14-by-3ft image shows the front and back of a nude Tom.
Badde said that the Shroud of Turin was the burial shroud and that the Veil of Manoppello was the facial cover of Christ.
To leave a white tablecloth on the table all night means a burial shroud will be seen soon - in other words, news of a death is imminent.
Each and every night they pray that the money will be spent on their pilgrimage and not their burial shroud.
The burial shroud may also disprove = the claim that the Shroud of Turin is from first-century Jerusalem.
London, December 16 (ANI): A team of archeologists has discovered the first known pieces of a burial shroud from the time of Jesus Christ in Jerusalem, casting doubt on the authenticity of the Turin Shroud.
It is also the wholly incompatible site of pilgrimage to its famous ancient burial shroud, which bears the striking imprint of a crucified man.
scientists from New York, Arizona, Zurich Switzerland, Oxford, England, and the British Museum, announced that the Shroud of Turin originated sometime between the years 1260 and 1390, identifying the Shroud as a pious icon rather than the burial Shroud of Jesus.