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Glastonbury, a small city in Somerset, England, stands on the epicenter of a longstanding culture putting the Holy Grail in Britain. Legend holds that Joseph of Arimathea traveled to Britain, bringing with him either a meeting of fans and the cup that Jesus used on the final supper. he's acknowledged to have buried the Grail at Glastonbury, the place a few declare he based the 1st church in England. This quantity chronicles one man's own quest to discover old facts aiding the conventional ideals surrounding Joseph of Arimathea and the Holy Grail in southern England. strengthened by means of an abundance of proof aiding the presence of Joseph in 1st Century Britain, he separates his findings from the delusion of the Grail Romances, answering questions about the Grail and the origins and progressions of its legend.

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