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Archaeological and written records suggest that these reliquaries were first developed and used at Constantinople by the city’s ruling elite at around the time that the relics of John the Baptist are said to have arrived there.
Dr Kazan said: 'My research suggests that during the fifth or early sixth century, the monastery of Sveti Ivan may well have received a significant portion of St John the Baptist’s relics, as well as a prestige reliquary in the shape of a sarcophagus, from a member of Constantinople’s elite.
We had suspected that the bones may have been more recent than this, perhaps from the third or fourth centuries.‘However, the result from the metacarpal hand bone is clearly consistent with someone who lived in the early first century AD.
Whether that person is John the Baptist is a question that we cannot yet definitely answer and probably never will.