Hogwash , there is ONLY ONE known 1st century burial shroud in existence.<quoted text>
This is from your site.
"No examples of complex herringbone weave are known from the time of Jesus when, in any case, burial cloths tended to be of plain weave. In addition, Jewish burial practice utilizedand the Gospel of John specifically describes for Jesusmultiple burial wrappings with a separate cloth over the face."
But there are examples
Methchild Flury-Lemberg, a leading authority on historic textiles and the former curator of Switzerlands Abegg Foundation Textile Museum, has reported strong similarities between the Shrouds fabric and fragments of cloth produced in the Middle East about 2,000 years ago. According to Flury-Lemberg, the cloths finishing, its selvage, and a very distinctive joining seam, all closely resemble unique ancient textiles found in tombs of the Jewish palace-fortress Masada. The Masada fabrics have been reliably dated to between 40 BCE and 73 CE. Flury-Lembergs detailed analysis of the Shrouds fabric an exceptionally fine quality, z-twist, 3-over-1-herringbone patterned linen cloth is evidence that it was manufactured in the Middle East on a Roman-period Egyptian or Syrian loom.
so obviously your source is incorrect.
As far as other cloths,I believe the separate face cloth is known as the Sudarium Of Oveido.
Your shroud it doesn't match either Jewish Tradition , or the only real identified shroud from the period. It was born a fake and announced a fake in the 14th century by it's creator.
No matter what believers say ,the physical evidence IS that it is indeed a fake!