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Feet Carvings

These remarkable footprints were found in the tomb next to the sarcaphagous. This was first reported in the letter of Maulvi Abdullah to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad written at the end of the 19th Century. The footprints, as indicated in the picture below by Prof. Dr. Fida Hassnain, clearly show that the sculptor was depicting the feet of a man who had been wounded, and he wished to portray this in some manner


Clip from 'Did Jesus Die?' - Feet Carvings

This Video shows an amazing 3-D reconstruction of what the feet must have looked like that are depicted in the footprints. The 3D model shows how the marks could be explained, with a single nail going through both feet with one on top of the other.


The idea of one foot being placed over the other during Crucifixion also matches with the figure in the Shroud of Turin. That person too had one foot over the other.