There are many tales of Joseph of Arimathea, keeper of the Holy Grail a Samarian who Jesus entrusted with the cup used at the Last Supper. Notably, those in Robert de Boron’s verse romance Joseph d’Arimathie in 1200, Thomas Malory’s Morte D’Arthur in 1450, and numerous Christian legends.
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- Grail Legends – Origin of the Grail (Joseph of Arimathea)
The rest of the poem (Merlin) was missing, including the death of wizard. The last … The tale of Joseph of Arimathea and the Grail began with the Last Supper.
- Joseph of Arimathaea
Biography and Readings for Joseph of Arimathaea, commemorated August 1, … This is the background of the poem “Jerusalem,” by William Blake, which begins: … Because the folk-tales of a community are part of the heritage of a community.
- Joseph of Arimathea – Wikipedia
Joseph of Arimathea was, according to all four canonical Christian Gospels, the man who assumed responsibility for the burial of Jesus after his crucifixion. A number of stories that developed during the Middle Ages connect him with …. of legends around Joseph of Arimathea, by which the poem hymn of William Blake And …
- Joseph of Arimathea – BBC
Joseph of Arimathea was a wealthy Jewish man who buried the body of Jesus Christ … There are many legends about him, including one that he visited Britain with the …. But far better known is this poem by William Blake, based on the same …