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Isabel Piczek is a noted monumental artist and theoretical physicist and a highly respected Shroud researcher.This presentation was originally delivered at the 1996 Esopus Conference.This includes a rather heated debate by experts on both sides of the authenticity argument, followed by the author's direct and often pointed reply to their comments.
Although the image itself is well known, very few of us know much about the artist himself.
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A research was performed with the aim to classify the particles in order to correlate them with the environments where, from historical information, the Shroud resulted to have been exposed.
Grains of pollen, flax and cotton fibers, mites, spores and fungi, mineral particles and particles related to body fluids were detected and classified.