Snip from Ivar’s comment: ” You have to be raving mad to say ” She was in phenomenal condition” when you look at an exhumed corpse, and starts to puzzle with human bones.”
The corpses of Saints Bonosa and Magnus are displayed in St. Martin of Tours Church in Louisville, Kentucky, US.
Philip DiBlasi is an archaeologist from the University of Louisville, Kentucky. He helps the local Roman Catholic Church to puzzle the pieces of bones, exhumed from grave is the cemetery.
DiBlasi and four students are examining the remains of St. Bonosa and St. Magnus, which have been displayed as relics at St. Martin since 1902.
Philip DiBlasi, an archaeologist who teaches skeletal forensics at the University of Louisville, and four students, are taking an inventory of the remains, determining their demographic profiles and hoping to learn even more about the pair of ancient saints.
“We initially unwrapped Magnus and I was disappointed,” said DiBlasi. “He is very highly fragmented…
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