The Holy Grail was said to be a mystical and supernatural vessel, usually a cup or bowl, said to have miraculous powers, usually those of healing. In some legends, it was the cup from which Jesus Christ drank during the Last Supper; in others, it was the cup that caught his blood during the Crucificxion.
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Catholic Encyclopedia: The Holy Grail
Article analyzing the history and legend of the Holy Grail.
The Holy Grail (Santo Caliz) in the Cathedral of Valencia, Spain
Website arguing that the Holy Grail is located in Valencia, Spain.
Holy Grail - Crystalinks
Website discussing various aspects of the Grail legend, including history, literary development, etymology, and the Grail's portrayals in various cultures.
The Holy Grail - Earthlore Explorations - Foundation Stone of Learning - Historic Mysteries
Article exploring the literary development of the Holy Grail legend.
Holy Grail - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Online encyclopedia article about the Holy Grail and the legend's development over the ages.
Holy Grail Section at the Camelot Project
List of online texts and artwork pertaining to the Holy Grail.
The Holy Grail.
A selection of passages from Malorys famed Morte d'Arthur describing Sir Gawaines quest for the Holy Grail.
The Holy Grail: What is it?
A New Age look at the Holy Grail, arguing its connection to extraterrestial beings.
Joseph of Arimathea, the Holy Grail and the Turin Shroud
Article exploring the historical possibility of both the Holy Grail and the Turin Shroud, in connection with Joseph of Arimathea.
King Arthur in Legend: The Holy Grail
Britannia.com article discussing the legend of the Holy Grail.
Quest Finished: Where is the Holy Grail Hidden?
Article by Ferhat Kanarya, describing his quest to find the Holy Grail of legend.
The Quest for the Holy Grail
An article which discusses the significance of the Quest for the Holy Grail, where the story began, why it was so popular and the Legend.
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