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We can compare the DNA from a relic to DNA from other relics. If we find other relics purported to be from John the Baptist, or a close relative like Jesus, then we could use genetics to compare the two to see if they are likely to have come from the same or related people. Also, we have growing collections of DNA sampled from people around the world, which we can use to make a guess on the geographical origins of the relics. So what did the Bulgarian bones tell us? Radio carbon dating suggested they were indeed 2,000 years old. รองเท้าส้นสูง ราคาถูก Their DNA sequence appeared to show an affinity to modern day Middle Eastern populations. Unfortunately, when I spoke to the geneticist who did the research, he told me they had since discovered that the DNA sequence matched the person who'd actually extracted the bone material meaning it was more than likely contamination. And they only had a small amount of material to work with, so it's unlikely that we'll be able to use DNA to get to the bottom of who the bones belonged to. Material from the James Ossuary, which some believe carried the remains of Jesus's brother, is currently being sequenced by geneticists. However, I also visited other scientists who had other relics, where DNA analysis could be possible.

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As he carefully scraped through the mud where the altar would have been, he came across a stone slab and was รองเท้าส้นเตารีด พร้อมส่ง amazed to find a small marble box underneath. He immediately knew what it was. Don't miss: Can women really have 100 orgasms in a row? For a church to be consecrated in this part of Europe in the fifth century, it needed to contain a relic from a holy saint or religious person. This box, known as a reliquary, would have housed such a relic. He continued to dig around and found another, smaller box about a metre away. On the edge of the inferior box was an inscription: "May God save you, servant Thomas. To Saint John." When Kasimir later opened the reliquary, he found five bone fragments. The epitaph on the smaller box, probably used to carry the bones when travelling, was the key piece of evidence that led him to believe that the bones could perhaps be those of John the Baptist. Most popular: Early dinosaur cousin looked like a strange hybrid of a dinosaur and a crocodile The finding is hugely important, partly because John the Baptist was both a disciple of Jesus and his cousin meaning they would share DNA. Early morning on the Mount of Olives looking over the old city of Jerusalem.

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