Thursday, January 3, 2019

Index A-Z: Turin Shroud Encyclopedia

Turin Shroud Encyclopedia
Copyright © Stephen E. Jones[1]

Index A-Z #1

One of my New Year's resolutions for 2019 is to try once more to

[Above (enlarge)[2]: Secondo Pia's 1898 negative photograph of the Shroud face, which because it is a photo-graphic positive, proved that the Shroud image is a photographic neg-ative! It is therefore, next to the Shroudman's image itself, the most important photograph ever taken!]

write an Encyclopedia of the Shroud. So this Index A-Z is part #1 of my new Turin Shroud Encyclopedia! This supersedes my previous attempts at a Shroud Encyclopedia on 20Jan15 and 20Jul14, and a Shroud Dictionary on 13Jan15. As before, to save time I will normally not cite references where a link will do. Numbers will be be in order of their first letter, e.g "1st century" will be in order of "first". If they are not linked, they are future. Each entry will be a separate post. Entries will normally be posted in the below alphabetic order. When this index page grows too long I will split it into "A-M" and "N-Z", etc. I will notify of entry updates in the background in that month's Shroud of Turin News. Today (7 April 2020) it occurred to me that, as it will take many years (if ever!) to get to topics that are further down the alphabet in this Encyclopedia, that I could provide interim links to posts where I have covered a topic and mark them with an asterisk * to show they are not an Encyclopedia page. Then when I come to that topic in this Encyclopedia it will help me write that topic's page.

[Next: Abgar V #2]


[Abgar V] [Abgar VIII] [Accetta, A] [acheiropoietos] [Acts of Thaddeus] [Adler, A] [Allen, N] [AMS] [Antioch] [Arculf] [Ballosino, N] [Barbet, P] [bas relief] [Besançon] [Bible] [bilirubin] [bioplastic] [blood] [bones] [Bonnet-Eymard, B][Bucklin, R] [Bulst, W] [burial] [burial cloths] [burns] [Byzantine] [Calvin, J*] [catacombs] [Chambéry] [Chartres cathedral] [Chevalier, U] [Christianity] [Christ-see Jesus] [Clement VII] [cloth] [cloth collapse] [coins] [coins over eyes*] [Constantine I] [Constantine VII] [Constantinople] [Crispino, D] [crown of thorns] [crucifixion] [crusades] [Danin, A] [d'Arcis, P] [de Charny, G] [de Charny, G. I] [de Charny, G. II] [de Charny, M] [colour] [de Clari, R] [de la Roche, O] [de Lusignan, A] [de Poitiers, H] [de Vergy, J] [de Wesselow, T] [Delage, Y] [dimensions*] [DNA] [Doctrine of Addai] [Donahue, D*] [Edessa] [18th century] [8th century] [11th century] [Enrie, G] [expositions] [5th century] [fires] [1st century] [15th century] [14th century] [4th century] [flowers] [forgery] [Frei, M] [Gove, H] [Grail] [Green, M] [Gregory Referendarius] [Habermas, G] [hacking] [Hall, E] [Heller, J] [icon] [Image of Edessa] [Jackson, J] [Jerusalem] [Jesus] [John] [Jones, S] [Justinian I] [Koch, K] [Kohlbeck, J] [Kouznetsov, D][linen] [Linick, T] [Lirey] [Locations] [Louis I] [man on the Shroud] [Maillard reaction] [McCrone, W] [Mesarites, N] [Morgan, R] [negative] [neutron flux] [Nickell, J] [Nitowski, E] [19th century] [9th century] [Otterbein, A] [Pia, S] [Pilgrim's badge] [pollen] [Popes] [Pray codex*] [radiocarbon dating] [Ramsey, C] [Ravenna*] [relic] [Resurrection*] [reweaving] [Rinaldi, P] [Rogers, R] [Roman Catholic] [Savoy] [Scheuermann, O] [Schwortz, B] [scourged] [seam] [selvedge *] [Servant of the Priest *] [2nd century] [17th century] [7th century] [Shroud] [shrouds] [sidestrip *] [16th century] [6th century] [Sox, D*] [Stephen III] [STURP] [Sudarium of Oviedo] [superficial] [Templars] [10th century] [tetradiplon] [Thaddeus] [3rd century] [13th century] [three dimensional] [Thurston, H] [Transfiguration] [Turin] [Turin cathedral] [12th century] [20th century] [21st century] [Umberto II] [vaporograph] [Veronica] [Vignon markings] [Vignon, P] [Walsh, J] [waterstains] [weave] [Whanger, A*] [Wilcox, R] [Willis, D] [Wilson, I] [wounds] [x-rays] [Zugibe, F]
Continued in part #2 of this series.

Notes
1. This post is copyright. I grant permission to quote from any part of this post (but not the whole post), provided it includes a reference citing my name, its subject heading, its date and a hyperlink back to this page. [return]
2. "Holy Face of Jesus," Wikipedia, 16 April 2019. [return]

Posted: 3 January 2019. Updated: 31 January 2021.

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