Jesus was wrapped when buried in the tomb. The Shroud of Turin revealed blood and dirt samples that many believe wrapped around Jesus when he was buried. Technology today allows us to create a three dimensional image of the person wrapped in the Shroud of Turin.
Shroud of Turin – Wrist wounds not located in palms as depicted in Medieval times • Art historian Phillip McNair states that not one of hundreds of depictions portrays wounds on wrists – Pierced scalp covers entire skull • Very different than medieval expectations
– Abnormal for crucifixion victim
Side wound (post-mortem flow of blood and water) rather than broken legs
– Body wrapped in shroud didn’t decompose
the body does not appear to have been moved by conventional means, either, due to the condition of the bloodstains, which are anatomically correct, including precisely outlined borders, with blood clots intact. If the cloth had been pulled away from the body, the blood clots would have smeared or broken.