Hugh Farey is up with a new posting over at The Medieval Shroud. I highly recommend it. The title is, “16th Century Weavers were Magicians.”

Here is the comment I made:

Thank you for your excellent posting. I am not competent to evaluate Joe’s work, so I will wait for others like you to do so. Your analysis is very helpful. The only things that give me pause when it comes to the 1988 radiocarbon dating results are some tidbits from history, namely the Hungarian Pray Manuscript, the presumably Gnostic 2nd- or 3rd-century “Hymn of the Pearl”, and the 6th-century Mozarabic Rite.