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April 1389

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  • Public displays of the Shroud begin, prompting objections from Peter d’Arcis, another bishop of Troyes, who was overlooked in seeking permission. D’Arcis complains to Clement VII.
  • Clement VII upholds his permission for the display of the Shroud and orders Bishop d’Arcis to keep quiet on the matter forever. D’Arcis appeals a second time, quoting the opinion of Henry of Poitiers that the Shroud is a forgery.

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