[Sca-cooks] tablecloth, shroud or food cover?

Adele de Maisieres ladyadele at paradise.net.nz
Wed Oct 31 14:51:46 PDT 2007

Suey wrote: /
/>>/   What [a sixth-century mosaic] could have to do with the Shroud of 
/>>/ Turin (which didn't surface 'til the 14th century) is beyond me.

/ <http://www.direct.ca/trinity/shroud.html>>...in 1993 Rebecca Jackson, 
>co-founder of the Turin Shroud Center of Colorado, published a theory 
>that the shroud used to bury Jesus was the tablecloth used in the Last 
>Supper. Apparently Joseph of Arimathea was not only on the burial 
>committee but also on the planning committee that set up the Last Supper 
>so in haste grabbed the tablecloth to use as a shroud. Alas, apparently 
>she has no proof. It is just a theory.

And without proof, it's basically dotty nonsense. And it has no bearing on the tablecloth in our sixth-century mosaic.

Adele de Maisieres

Habeo metrum - musicamque,
hominem meam. Expectat alium quid?
-Georgeus Gershwinus

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