"Human Remains from the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition of Southwest China Suggest a Complex Evolutionary History for East Asians." PLo S ONE 7, no. Breakup and early seafloor spreading between India and Antarctica Gaina, Carmen, R. Signals of Barremian (116 Ma) or younger oceanic crust beneath the Bay of Bengal along 14N latitude between 81E and 93E, Mar. The history of the Shroud of Turin can be best studied by dividing it into two specific categories.The general consensus of even the most doubting researchers is to accept a "1350" date as the beginning of the "undisputed" or documented history of the Shroud of Turin.Cores are recovered by drilling with hand augers (for shallow holes) or powered drills; the deepest cores recovered reach depths of over two miles, and can contain ice up to 800,000 years old.
The examination of their production, dispersal, and applications is an aid to the reconstruction of past vegetation and climates and developing relative chronologies.
I wish to include a special note of thanks to Ian Wilson for providing his detailed chronology of Shroud history (circa 1996) as the basis for this page and allowing me to share it with you on this website.
Ian is a highly respected Shroud researcher and noted author.
"Breakup and Early Seafloor Spreading between India and Antarctica." Geophysical Journal International 170, no. References Antretter, M., Steinberger, B., Heider, F., Soffel, H. Paleolatitudes of the Kerguelen hotspot: new paleomagnetic results and dynamic modelling, Earth Planet.
Dietmar Mller, Belinda Brown, Takemi Ishihara, and Sergey Ivanov.