1. Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio)
The Egyptian Museum in Turin is archeological museum housing one of the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities second to the museum in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian gods are welcoming at the entrance.
2. Holy Shroud : Greatest mystery of the world
Holy Shroud in English (Shindone in Italian) is one of the relics in Christianity, this Shroud has been considered to wrap the body of Jesus Christ after he was crucified to be dead.
“Shroud of Turin” is stored at St. John’s Cathedral in Turin, and it has been disputed which period this cloth is made in.
Recent intervention underwent in 2002, this restoration carried out the new finds by professor Flurry Lemberg (textile expert) The cloth is much older than 14century going back to the age of Jesus.
It has been disputed which period this cloth was made in. Recent intervention underwent in 2002, this restoration carried out the new finds by professor Flurry Lemburg (textile ex pert). The cloth is much older than 14 century going back to the age of Jesus.
Professor Avinoam Danim of Hebrew University explained that researching with this shroud, newly found the Pollens which only grow in the specific area around the Dead Sea only at the region between Hebron and Jerusalem.
Another Shroud, Sudarium in Spain
Also regarding the blood stains are explained by Giulio Fanti of Padova University.
The Sudarium (Latin for sweat cloth) is kept in the Camara Santa of the Cathedral of San Salvador in the town of Oviedo, north of Spain.
Many of the stains on the Sudarium match those on the head portion of the Shroud. And both the Sudarium and the Shroud confirmed that the blood stains on both cloths were of the same type: AB, a common blood type among Middle Eastern people but fairly rare among medieval Europeans.
Pollen residues on both the Shroud of Turin and the Sudarium provide strong evidence that the both were at one point in the specific area as referred before.