Pierre Barbet, A Doctor at Calvary (New York: Doubleday, 1963), p. 208. Another example of increased body temperature in a cool environment that closely parallels Barbet’s account is that found in Fredrick Zugibe, The Cross and the Shroud (New Jersey: McDonagh, 1981). On p. 108, he describes the 70° air-conditioned test room and yet, “A marked sweating reaction became manifest in most individuals, which encompassed the entire body and in some instances actually drenched the volunteers, running off the toes to form a puddle on the floor.”