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A completely detailed Shroud chronology can be found in the 1998 book titled "The Blood and the Shroud," by Ian Wilson, that includes the earlier, more speculative and "circumstantial" material as well.
(It is available directly from via the Books section of the Website Store page of this site).
The king's First Sergeant reports to the bailiff of Troyes that he has informed the dean and canons of the Lirey church that "the cloth was now verbally put into the hands of our lord the king.
The decision has also been conveyed to a squire of the de Charny household for conveyance to his master".
The bailiff of Troyes reports that on his going to the Lirey church, the dean protested that he did not have the key to the treasury where the Shroud was kept.
Ian is a highly respected Shroud researcher and noted author.
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That day he also writes to other relevant individuals, asking them to ensure that his orders are obeyed.
Due to danger from marauding bands, the Lirey canons hand over the Shroud to Humbert for safe-keeping.
His many books are listed on the "Shroud Booklist" page of this site.