Who discovered the Shroud of Turin?
Geoffroi de Charny The shroud first surfaced in medieval France. The earliest historical records of the Shroud of Turin place it in Lirey, France during the 1350s. A French knight named Geoffroi de Charny allegedly presented it to the dean of the church in Lirey as Jesus authentic burial shroud.
Was the Turin Shroud stolen?
Its not the only possible relic associated with Christ—others include a crown of thorns at the Notre-Dame Cathedral and Christs supposed foreskin, allegedly stolen from Calcata, Italy around 1983—but its produced one of the most heated debates.