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However, their research looked at pollen grains and images from the entire piece of fabric and compared them with a fabric that has a documented history.Another plant seen in a clear image on the Shroud is of the Zygophyllum dumosum species, according to the paper.Danin presented his research findings at a lecture series held in conjunction with the XVI International Botanical Congress.

An analysis of pollen grains and plant images places the origin of the "Shroud of Turin," thought by many to be the burial cloth of Jesus of Nazareth, in Jerusalem before the 8th Century. August 2, 1999 -- An analysis of pollen grains and plant images places the origin of the "Shroud of Turin," thought by many to be the burial cloth of Jesus of Nazareth, in Jerusalem before the 8th Century.

The location of the Sudarium has been documented from the 1st Century and it has resided in the Cathedral of Oviedo in Spain since the 8th Century.

Both cloths also carry type AB blood stains, although some argue that ancient blood types are hard to interpret.

The authenticity of the Shroud has been debated for centuries, with a 1988 carbon dating process placing it in the Middle Ages. The authenticity of the Shroud has been debated for centuries, with a 1988 carbon dating process placing it in the Middle Ages.

Botanist Avinoam Danin of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem determined the origin of the Shroud based on a comprehensive analysis of pollen taken from the Shroud and plant images associated with the Shroud.

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