Christ "Shroud of Turin"
The Shroud of Turin is thought to be the burial cloth of the Savior. On this cloth is imprinted an image (reverse negative) of a full scale anatomically correct male who suffered death by crucifixion in the same way that the crucifixion of Jesus Christ is recorded in the Holy Gospels. There is much "controversary" over this image, yet we felt compelled to include this in our online catalog as the evidence for the Shroud is very compelling. According to historical documents, the Shround was most likely stolen from Constaninople during the last crucade. Please note that the image we are using is a reverse of the reverse negative, ie, a positive image of the face.