Dating the turin shroud
There are also links to many new Shroud media stories, videos, audios and podcasts on the internet, some new Shroud books and much more.
In addition, there was a huge volume of new papers and articles that were published over the Lenten season and we have done our best to include as many of them as possible.
However, the raw data were never released by the institutions.
In 2017, in response to a legal request, all raw data kept by the British Museum were made accessible.
This new test requires, in an interdisciplinary research, a robust protocol. We are including links to a number of responses to the paper when it was first published, as well as links to post-conference comments and articles, both from the participants and from the popular press.
Without this re-analysis, it is not possible to affirm that the 1988 radiocarbon dating offers conclusive evidence that the calendar age range is accurate and representative of the whole cloth.""The results shown in the article published in Archaeometry represent an important step forward since it was finally possible to examine the raw data obtained from the three laboratories and better understand the anomalies and errors made in the dating operation." On May 17, 2019, Tristan wrote to let us know that "on Thursday, 23 May, a conference will take place at the University of Catania. A special note of thanks to Joe Marino for his important assistance in obtaining English language translations for us.