On one occasion when I was in Jerusalem with the ESSJ expedition Alan tracked me down and asked me to conduct botanical experiments on his behalf with flowers in a tomb complex.I also sourced for him the mighty botanical encyclopaedia of the Middle East.For more details, read the article (in Italian) at the above link.You can use an online translation service to translate the page into your native language.And you can also view every previous year's Website News pages at the links below: Today, January 21, 2018, marks our 22nd anniversary on the internet!However, even more important is the fact that this year also marks the 40th anniversary of the first ever in-depth scientific examination of the Shroud of Turin by the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP) on October 8-13, 1978.She was my resident Biblical expert and advised me whenever I had questions about either Old or New Testament issues, all of which were far from my own areas of expertise.
On August 9 and 10, young people from the 17 dioceses of Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta will arrive in Turin.
Here is the link to A Tribute to the STURP Team - 1978-2008, which runs just under 15 minutes.
Watch for more important STURP information in every future update this year.
Her passing leaves a void that will not be easily filled and she will be sorely missed by all that knew her.
Here is a link to her Official Obituary in the At the news of Diana's passing, we received an outpouring of comments and condolences from many noted Shroud scholars and researchers around the world who knew Diana and wanted to share their stories and comments with us.
There were so many that we have compiled them all into a separate document which we are including here: Diana Fulbright Memorial.