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This is the index page, "C", entry #4, of my "Turin Shroud Encyclopedia." See entry #1, the Main Index "A-Z" for information about this series. This sub-index page will be closely followed by entry #5, Crispino, Dorothy, who died on 16 August 2014.
[Right: Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus (905–959) depicted being crowned by Christ. As the boy co-Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, Constantine VII received the Shroud (as the Image of Edessa/Mandylion, folded in eight (tetradiplon) with only the face one-eighth panel visible-see below) in Constantinople on August 8, 944.]
[Left: Constantine VII depicted in 10th century icon at Saint Catherine's Monastery, Sinai, as the Edessa king Abgar V (BC 4–AD 50) receiving the Image of Edessa, with Jesus' face in landscape aspect (again as it is when the Shroud is folded eight times with the Man in the Shroud's face uppermost) from Jesus' disciple Thaddeus.]
may therefore temporarily sacrifice completeness for speed of posting, but I will try to improve each entry over time. I will try to make these sub-index pages interesting, by including something brief about a topic in it (e.g. "Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus") but it will not take the place of an eventual full page entry on that topic.
Click on an entry's hyperlink below to go to that entry. If an entry is not hyperlinked, it is a planned future entry in this encyclopedia.
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1. This post is copyright. No one may copy from it or any of my posts on this my The Shroud of Turin blog without them first asking and receiving my written permission. Except that I grant permission, without having to ask me, for anyone to copy the title and one paragraph only (including one graphic) of any of my posts, provided that they include a reference to the title of, and a hyperlink to, that post from which it came. [return]
2. "Constantine VII," Wikipedia, 14 May 2014. [return]
3. "Byzantine literature," Wikipedia, 25 January 2014. [return]
4. Guerrera, V., 2001, "The Shroud of Turin: A Case for Authenticity," TAN: Rockford IL, pp.3-4. [return]
5. Ruffin, C.B., 1999, "The Shroud of Turin: The Most Up-To-Date Analysis of All the Facts Regarding the Church's Controversial Relic," Our Sunday Visitor: Huntington IN, p.57. [return]
6. Wilson, I., 1979, "The Shroud of Turin: The Burial Cloth of Jesus?," , Image Books: New York NY, Revised edition, pp.154-155. [return]
Created: 28 August, 2014. Updated: 19 December, 2014.