In response to this very important quotation of Dr. John Tyrer provided by Maria da Glória Gonçalves Barroso of the Centro Português de Sindonologia:
There is therefore some doubt as to wheter the sample described by Professor Raes as Piece II is the edging strip or part of a patch.IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THIS MATTER BE RESOLVED IF IT IS INTENDED THAT THE FORTHCOMING CARBONDATING TESTS ARE TO BE MADE ON RAES SAMPLE.THE PATCH IS PROBABLY MEDIEVAL. (Caps not mine)
It’s amusing to recall that Jull writes in his recent paper: “an excellent objective technical description of the shroud, its possible origins and weaving technologies, is given by Tyrer (1981).”
Indeed it is very amusing. domenico also provides a valuable link:
Someone could give me a bibliography on “French Weaving”? A bibliography outside the Sindonology, please. I know well the work of Marino, Benford and Prior, but I do not know what are their bases on this issue.
look at this technical book about French reweaving :
Thanks. But I already knew the book. It is only an anonymous manual for the manufacture of patches. It specifies almost nothing about “invisible” patches. Is that all?
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