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  • Geoffrey II de Charny plans to resume public displays of the Shroud. The Avignon Pope of the time, Clement VII (Robert of Geneva), is a relative of his, so he easily obtains the appropriate permission from the papal legate.

In the permission, a condition is made, to avoid controversy, that the cloth should only be referred to as a 'representation’ of the Shroud; however, Bishop d’Arcis states explicitly that it is being quietly rumoured that this is the real Shroud.


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