An interesting story appears at LifeSite.net:
Excerpt: Shroud Dating May Have Been Inaccurate - BBC Interviews Radiocarbon Expert
NOVARA, Italy, February 5, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The techniques used in 1988 by three separate teams of scientists to date the Shroud of Turin to the middle ages, may have been inconclusive, a radiocarbon dating expert at Oxford University has told the BBC.
According to the Church official in charge of the Shroud, Christopher Bronk Ramsey, director of Oxford's Radiocarbon Accelerator, whose specialty is the use of radiocarbon dating in archaeological research, told the BBC that radiocarbon dating techniques have developed since 1988, and that the Shroud's long history of travel, exposure to the elements and handling could have skewed the results . . .
. . . In 2005 a second analysis indicated that the cloth sample used by the 1988 teams had been taken from a part of the Shroud that was not part of the original cloth.
The interview with Dr. Ramsey will be broadcast by the BBC on Easter Saturday.
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