Turin shroud ‘older than thought’

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S.R.

One thought on “Turin shroud ‘older than thought’

  • Thursday, 27 January, 2005 at 14:55
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    Balham: I remember that these plans were being mooted & discussed when I lived there; perhaps I should be glad that I left when I did, nearly 4y ago now. But then, as a non-driver, what do I care? :¬)

    And re. the Britannica – what a shame it isn’t publically-editable, like a Wiki, or these errors would have been detected and fixed! [G]

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