The 1993 Shroud of Turin Conference Now Online as Video

We hear from Russ Breault. And I add fantasitic!

image The entire 1993 Rome Conference featuring 49 separate videos is now online and can be viewed in streaming video free of charge.  Many thanks to Paul Bershon for filming it originally and recently encoding for digital.  Thanks also to Dan Scavone who translated the Speaker Index from Italian to English.  All speakers are in English.  Where the original speaker was Italian or French, the translation track was used.  My apologies to those in France or Italy who would prefer their native language.  You may access this from the www.ShroudUniversity.com home page.  This monumental project is part of the education mandate of The Shroud of Turin Education Project, Inc.

The following is a complete speaker index:

  • Conference Intro
  • Pjilippe Bourcier de Carbon, Schedule of the Paris Symposium in 1989
  • Arnaud-Aaron Upinsky, Clarification of the Scientific Debate
  • Rebecca J. Jackson, The Holy Shroud in Hebrew
  • Robert Babinet, The Shroud of the Gospels
  • Bernard Ribay, Apologetic and Historical Significance of John 20. 3-8
  • R.P.A.M. Dubarle, The Homily of Gregory Referendarius
  • Gino Zaninotto, The Image of Edessa: Impression of the Whole Body of Christ
  • Rex Morgan, New Evidence for the Earliest Portrait of Christ
  • Antoine Legrand, The Representations of the Mandylion
  • Q&A Session 1
  • Blandina Pascalis Schlomer, The Uknown Relix: the Veil of Manoppello
  • Heinrich Pfeiffer, The Veil of Manoppello, The Shroud, And the Authentic Image of Christ in Art
  • Jean-Maurice Clercq, The Shroud and Byzantine Coins
  • Yvonne Bongert, The Iconography of Christ and the Shroud of Turin
  • Jerome Lejeune, The Cloth of Lier and The Prayer Codex
  • Luigi Fossati, The Memorandu, of Pierre d’ Arcis and the Writings of Clement VII Through the Screen of the Critics
  • Rene Laurentin, The Historicity of Jesus
  • Maria Grazia Siliato, The Shroud of Turin and its Conservation
  • Alan D. Adler, Conservation of the Shroud of Turin
  • Gabriel Vial, The Seam of the Side Strip
  • Mario Moroni, The Age and Proposal for photo-colormetric Control of the Shroud
  • Paul Maloney, Should the Shroud be Vacummed? A question for Conservation
  • Ian Dickinson, Communication for Conservation
  • Robert Bucklin, A Doctor at Calvary – The Second Opinion
  • Tarquino Ladu, Drops of Bloody Sweat on the Shroud of Turin
  • Silvio Diana, Optic Activity and Racemization
  • R.P. Jouvenroux, Confidence Intervals Radiocarbon Dating of the Shroud
  • Remi Van Haelst, Radiocarbon Dating of the Shroud of Turin. Critical analysis statistics
  • Marie-Claire Van Oosterwyck-Gastuche, Radiocarbon Dates on tissue of well-known Archaeilogical Age
  • Andrey A. Ivanov, Biophysical correction to the old textile radiocarbon dating results
  • Georges Bene, The Age of the Cloth: Critique of the 1988 Dating
  • Olivier Pourrat, The 1988 Dating: Methodological Questions still Without answers
  • Maria Grazia Siliato, The Shroud of Turin and Radiodating
  • Q&A Session 2
  • Sebastiano Rodante, A Flash of Light on the Shroud
  • Isabel Piczek, Is the Shroud of Turin a Painting?
  • Bernard Ribay, The Vegetal Imprints Observed by Prof. Volckringer
  • Leoncio A. Garza-Valdes, Biogenic Varnish and the Shroud of Turin
  • Eberhard Lindner, Hypotheses Explaining the Formation of all the Marks on the Shroud
  • Jean-Baptiste Rinaudo, New Mechanism of the Formation of the Shroud’s Image Capable of Causing a False Medieval Radiocarbon Date
  • John J. Jackson, New Evidence that the Turin Shroud was the Mandylion
  • Ian W. Dickinson, New Evidence for the Shroud since 1988
  • Arnaud-Aaron Upinsky, Scientific Demonstration of Authenticity: the Scientific Status, Recognition, and Identification
  • Daria Bertolani Marchetti, Pollen and Sindonic Research: New Lines of Investigation
  • Antoine Legrand, Dating by Iconography
  • Michel Bergeret, The Historical Gap: !204-1357
  • Ernesto Brunati, Incongruence in the Reports Illustrating the Dating of the Shroud
  • Carlo Goldoni, Human Blood on the Cvioth of Oviedo?
  • Q&A Session 3