Sherds is a publication that, in June 1940, published "Some Calm Observations on a Few Lettered Tiles and Old Bones", an article in which Professor Frostauger shared his theories on the truth of Saint Floradora. All copies were eventually purchased by Father Crostaciano and hid in the storeroom of the Vatican Library until 1949, ear-marked for papier-mâché fig leaves for statues in the Vatican Museum (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 81-2).


Sherds (or shards) are broken pieces of pottery that mean a lot to archaeologists, which sounds like an appropriate journal for antiquarians[1].


  1. Wiktionary: shard

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