File:Hungarianpraymanuscript1192-1195.jpg

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Photo of 12th century image.

This page of a Hungarian manuscript from 1192-1195, discovered by György Pray, shows the burial of Jesus. Notable are the L-shaped patches near the hands, suggesting a series of burn holes on the Shroud of Turin, and the unusual herringbone weave of the cloth in the lower panel, also suggesting the Shroud.

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current14:43, 15 February 2010Thumbnail for version as of 14:43, 15 February 2010895 × 1,297 (314 KB)Gggg~commonswiki (talk | contribs)higher resolution version
13:17, 19 November 2005Thumbnail for version as of 13:17, 19 November 2005308 × 458 (59 KB)CarlosHoyos~commonswiki (talk | contribs)Photo of 12th century image. This page of a Hungarian manuscript from 1192-1195, discovered by Pray, shows the burial of Jesus. Notable are the L-shaped patches near the hands, suggesting a series of burn holes on the Shroud of Turin, and the unu
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