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However, researchers from Italy's National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development believe their findings undermine previous theories that the shroud was faked in the medieval period, the reports.The new claim seems to be stirring controversy again, as many point to previous research to the contrary.Last year scientists were able to replicate marks on the cloth using highly advanced ultraviolet techniques that weren't available 2,000 years ago -- or during the medieval times, for that matter.Research in the 1980s suggests the image was "forged" on the cloth between 12, , the BBC reports.
Yes, it is possible to create images that look similar.
Although most Christians consider the Shroud to be the genuine burial cloth of Jesus, the results of the 1988 c-14 (carbon-14) dating has been puzzling.
Firm believers in the authenticity of the Shroud were confident of a serious dating error (or incredible oversight in the c-14 dating process).
If there is one thing we can conclude from this it is that in reality no one has the faintest idea about how the images came to be on the cloth.
The Shroud of Turin may be the real burial cloth of Jesus.
The third was a multi-parametric mechanical test based on five different mechanical parameters linked to the voltage of the wire.