A thorn said to be part of Christ’s crown when he was crucified is to go on public display for the first time –
after spending 200 years in Lancashire. Jesuit priests at Stonyhurst College have allowed the relic to be exhibited at the British Museum from June 23. College curator Jan Graffus, said the thorn,once owned by Mary, Queen of Scots and still wrapped in her pearls, is a “priceless treasure”.
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