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We see the same long-haired, long-nosed, bearded face. And in the case of these same hands, although the thumbs are depicted, the way that the long fingers of the lower hand parallel those on the Shroud is particularly striking".1325 Mid-point of 1260-1390, i.e.
A fine example is the fourteenth century epitaphioi of Serbian King Uros Milutin [Left (enlarge): Example of the early fourteenth century Eastern Orthodox liturgical cloth known as an epitaphios, specifically symbolizing Jesus's burial Shroud, preserved in the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Belgrade.]Ian Wilson wrote of this epitaphios: "... Geoffroy I was the first undisputed owner of the Shroud [see future "c.1355" below].1307 Arrest at dawn on Friday, 13 October 1307 (a possible origin of the Friday the 13th superstition) of the entire Knights Templar order in France, as ordered by King Philip IV of France (1268–1314) [see "1119"] with the support of the first Avignon Pope, Clement V (c.1264–1314). S., 1934, "The Holy Shroud of Turin," Burns Oates & Washbourne: London, pp.54-55. The Templars were very wealthy and Philip was deeply in debt to the order from financing his wars. They had no children and Jeanne was dead by 1342.1337 Start of the Hundred Years' War, "a series of conflicts waged [Above (enlarge): Territory controlled in the Hundred Years' War between England and France: 1337, 1360, c.14]from 1337 to 1453 by the House of Plantagenet, rulers of the Kingdom of England, against the House of Valois, rulers of the Kingdom of France, over the succession to the French throne".1340a On 24 June 1340 in the Battle of Sluys, off today's Dutch city of Sluis, the English fleet under King Edward III (1312–1377) [my ancestor!
] almost completely destroyed the French fleet. Wilson, 1998, p.275; Oxley, 2010, p.46; Wilson, 2010, p.214.
1294–1342), a sister of Philip VI and the mother-in-law of Edward III.1341 In September 1341 [see "Battle of Champtoceaux" and "War of the Breton Succession"], Geoffroy fought in the defence of Angers, about 300 km (190 mi) southwest of Paris and the original seat of the Plantagenet dynasty - Edward III's), alongside the Duke of Normandy, the son of Philip VI and future King John II (r.1350–1364).c.