The shroud is stained with the blood of torture victims.
On the shroud of Turin remained the smallest traces of blood, which shows that the man wrapped in cloth, suffered from severe injuries — possibly from torture, according to new work by Italian scientists.
Particles of blood had “a peculiar structure, size and distribution,” says Professor of the University of Padua, Giulio Fanti.
He says that blood contains high levels of substances called creatinine and the San, which are found in patients suffering from severe trauma such as torture.
“Consequently, the presence of these biological nanoparticles found in our experiments indicates the violent death of a man wrapped in the shroud of Turin,” says Professor Fanti.
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