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  • His current two major projects are a live-action feature—a dark twist on the Peter Pan story—and an animated zombie movie called "A.D."

    Life After Harry

  • These later dates may show that the complex remained vibrant longer than scholars once thought, even after the advent of Islam in Afghanistan starting in the 7th century A.D.

    Remains of Bamiyan Buddhas yield additional details about statues' origins

  • Drawing on organic material in the clay layers in the rubble of the destroyed Buddhas, Emmerling's team used mass spectrometry analysis to date the smaller Buddha to between A.D. 544 and A.D. 595 and the larger Buddha to between A.D. 591 and A.D.

    Remains of Bamiyan Buddhas yield additional details about statues' origins

  • Based on the style of the robes, art historians have long thought the monuments were made as early as the 3rd century A.D.

    Remains of Bamiyan Buddhas yield additional details about statues' origins

  • Several months earlier, in June 1817, the bulk of the sculpture had been unearthed just north of the Forum—the first big bronze to come out of the city devastated by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D.

    Apollo Deconstructed

  • Armenia claims to be the first nation to declare Christianity as its state religion in 301 A.D.

    Armenian Awakening: Revival of a Church

  • One of the earliest books ever written in the British Isles was called the Domesday Book; it was compiled in A.D.

    RETURN TO PROSPERITY

  • At the time of the carbon-dating tests, Roger openly announced he was confident the Shroud had been fabricated somewhere around 1260 to 1390 A.D.

    The Shroud Codex

  • “Most importantly,” Middagh added, just to make sure nobody missed the key point, “the various images we have of the Cloth of Edessa, the Mandylion, the gold coins of Justinian II, and the Pray Manuscript all predate the carbon-14 dating that places the creation of the Shroud of Turin at around 1260 to 1390 A.D.”

    The Shroud Codex

  • The medieval cotton fibers interwoven into the sample could well have accounted for the carbon-14 test result that dated the Shroud somewhere around 1260 to 1390 A.D.

    The Shroud Codex

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