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His examination of pieces of the Shroud under a microscope has revealed incredible clues consistent with the Scriptural accounts of the death of Jesus. For those interested in the mysterious history of the Shroud, it is again possible to regard this artifact as originating in the first century–and consequently as being the burial cloth of Jesus. Garza-Valdes’s amazing discoveries did not end with this breakthrough.Linen with a “Z” twist has been discovered in Syria and Judea, which points to a Syro-Palestinian origin of the Shroud. Around the edges of the Shroud is a selvedge, or weaver-finished edge.The purpose of a selvedge is to prevent the woven cloth from fraying or unravelling.It was thought by Egyptologists to have been from the Hawara excavation site in central Egypt. There was a pair of decorated gold nipple covers, the sort used for females.
Many scientists found this last statement flawed because: Because a bioplastic material could be easily detected, fibers from the shroud were examined at the National Science Foundation Mass Spectrometry Center of Excellence at the University of Nebraska.The collection includes objects from prehistoric Egypt (c. It is also known to many as the museum of mummy controversy. The museum is unsure how or from whom it received the mummy, only that it did so in 1896. It had not been unwrapped by Lord Longsberry or at any champagne and canapés event.