Shroud of Turin : this is the
sindon or burial shroud, that is thought to have been used to wrap the
body of Jesus after his death. It has a human image preserved on it
which is thought to be the image of Christ himself. The shroud is
described as being a pale sheet of linen measuring 4.34 metres (14 feet 3
inches) in length, by 1.09 metres (3 feet 7 inches) in width. It's
earliest confirmed history was when it was displayed in 1353 at Lirey in
France by it's then owner Geoffrey de Charny I, who was a knight.