Radiocarbon dating the turin shroud

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In that environment, the conditions that led to the deposition of pollen — rain and wind, for instance — are known.As for the possible Indian manufacture, it's just as likely that Indian DNA got onto the object during its 20th-century testing, he said.To truly determine where the cloth was manufactured, the researchers would need to analyze the DNA from the flax seeds used to make the linen shroud, which was not done, he added.Using a CSI approach, audiences are taken on a thought provoking adventure through early church history, ancient art, modern science, and medical forensics.Could the Shroud be the most important archaeological artifact ever found, or is it just a medieval fake?

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