Holy Grail, the Shroud of Turin, Veronica scarves are three of the mysterious relics related to the death of Jesus.
Cross It (True Cross) is believed to be the cross Jesus was crucified. This is an important symbol for a Christian believer, according to Live Science. According to the records of the historian Socrates Scholasticus lived in the 4th century, the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine destroyed churches require building on the site of Jesus crucified. She discovered three crosses below the church. Currently, there are hundreds of scraps of wood is revered as fragments of the Cross Actually across Europe. (Photo: Dreamstime).
Veronica’s scarf is located in St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome, Italy, is a famous piece of fabric printed with the face of Jesus. Legend has it that when Jesus was brought to the cross before his crucifixion, a woman named Veronica wiped the sweat Saint his forehead with headscarves. Then, the face of Jesus then appeared on the cloth. (Photo: Hans Memling).
According to the Bible, the Roman soldiers mocked Jesus by putting a crown of thorns on his head before his death. Currently, hemp bracelets are said to lie in the Church of Notre Dame, Paris, France. (Photo: Anneka).
Cathedral of San Salvador, Spain, is storage for towels Oviedo, a bloody piece of cloth wrapped around the head of Jesus after his death. It was publicly exhibited three times annually. 2016, Juan Manuel Miñarro at the University of Seville, Spain, found the same bloodstains between Oviedo and washcloths Turin shroud. This shows that we are up on the body of the same person. (Photo: Historic Mysteries).
Many devotees believe that the number of nails used to play Jesus on the cross is 3 or 4. But according to the Catholic Encyclopedia, not less than 30 nails are venerated as relics related death The throne. (Photo: Stephanie Pappas).
Grail is the cup used by Jesus in The Last Supper before his death. The story of the Holy Grail appeared in Celtic mythology. (Photo: Dante Gabriel Rossetti).
Shroud of Turin is one of the sacred religious symbols most. Christian believers see it as the burial cloth used to store images and Jesus. Currently, the Shroud of Turin is kept in the Church of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. (Photo: Wikipedia).