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Sindonology


A term referring to the studies of the Turin Shroud, which is a sacred relic of Christendom. This is said to be the cloth or garment which Christ was wrapped in after the crucifixion. Much evidence surrounding the shroud has been gathered since 1898, and the first Sindonical Council was held in 1939. A.G.H.



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