If you want to get a look at the Shroud of Turin, now’s your (limited-time) chance: the artifact that some believe (and many dispute) was Jesus’ burial cloth is on display until June 24 at St. John the Baptist cathedral in Turin. Just make sure you do like one million others have done, and sign up online first.
A team of archaeologists has announced that the remains of a body found beneath a parking lot in the city of Leicester, UK, in fact belong to ancient English King Richard III. You know, the one who died over 500 years ago.
There are two self-portraits of Renaissance artist Raphael. One has been hanging in a museum, the other has been in a bank vault. But which one is the real one, and which the impostor?