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If that is true then why is the carbon 14 date not dated to the 1500's (they are dated to the 1300's)? We know that from measurements of Jewish people from the 1st century that an avg.

height of 5'1'' was the norm (to see a forensic rendition of what Jesus looked like and for in-depth proof about the 5'1'' claim read Popular Mechanics Dec.

The shroud was then aged in an oven before being washed to remove the pigment.

He then added blood stains, scorches and water stains to replicate the original.

Whoever forged this relic may have known their stuff, for they did a great job of turning some modern-day scientists into believers.

I have gathered a few of my own conclusions simply by weighing the evidence: 1) The original analysis of the shroud was done by STURP in 1978; however it wasn't until 1988 when radio carbon dating and microscopy was done on the shroud by a team of scientists.

Frei, who once pronounced the forged "Hitler Diaries" to be genuine, probably introduced the pollen grains himself or was duped and innocently picked up pollen grains another pious fraud had introduced (Nickell)." For more: was found guilty and censured by the Swiss police for fraud over the Hitler claims).

Many of the STURP team tried to take pollen samples from the shroud, but ended up with too few grains.

Said to be the cloth that was wrapped around Jesus of Nazareth after his crucifixion, it is not surprising that it has become so revered.

The shroud does indeed contain the image of a man and many of the features on the cloth do show someone who was crucified.

Is the body image on the shroud that of a crucified man from the 1st century, when Jesus lived, or is it a clever forgery?

The date came back proving it was produced between 1260-1390 AD.

The tests were done in 3 different labs ( in Oxford, Arizona and Switzerland) with a 95% accuracy on the results.

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