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It is a unique and multi-dimensional artefact in every sense of that word as you will discover.

No one has been able to explain or reproduce the nano-metre thin discolouration of the surface fibres that forms the image.

The Shroud of Turin is a 14’ 5” x 3’ 7” linen cloth that holds the image of a crucified man that matches the description of the manner in which Jesus of Nazareth was crucified.

The front and the back of the crucified man is shown, the front on one end of the cloth and the back on the other end with the head meeting towards the middle.

The Shroud is quite controversial, especially since 1988.

A team of researchers took three samples from the Shroud and dated them using radiocarbon at three independent laboratories.

By Brian Chilton| The Shroud of Turin is perhaps one of the most controversial artifacts of all-time.

it would be quite unlikely the Holy Evangelists would have omitted to record an imprint on Christ’s burial linens or that the fact should have remained hidden until the present time.is a rectangular 14 ft 5 in × 3 ft 7 in piece of woven flax cloth, believed by Christians to be the burial cloth of Jesus.The cloth bears the faint, brownish 3D imprint of the front and back view of the face and body of a bearded naked man — muscular and tall (various experts have measured him as from 5 ft 7 in to 6 ft 2 in).The biggest Shroud event in the UK is currently held annually during the Jalsa Salana of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community which hosts Shroud scholars from around the world.Left: Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Supreme Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community - in discussion with Barrie Schwortz, founder and editor of