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The lack of a full pelvis bone in the Bari collection inspired the Oxford team to try to analyze the authenticity of this relic.
You can use the following Century Navigator to skip directly to the era of Shroud history you wish to read about or you may scroll through the page in the usual manner.Six equities research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and eight have issued a buy rating to the stock. Nicholas' relics is now a crypt in Bari, Italy, with other bone fragments scattered elsewhere due to the saint's popularity.Professor Tom Higham, director of the Oxford Relics Cluster at Keble College's Advanced Studies Centre, said: "".Researchers from Oxford University used radiocarbon dating on that fragment and found it was from the 4th century.
"This bone fragment, in contrast, suggests that we could possibly be looking at remains from St. A fragment of bone claimed to be from St Nicholas - the 4th-Century saintly inspiration for Father Christmas - has been radio carbon tested by the University of Oxford.The legend of Santa Claus is inspired by the story of St Nicholas, a Christian saint who died around 343 CE.