by Pub. for the Early English Text Society, by N. Tru bner & Co. in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Grail (Legend)|
|Statement||With an appendix, containing "The lyfe of Joseph of Armathy," reprinted from the black-letter copy of Wynkyn de Worde; "De sancto Joseph ab Arimathia," first printed by Pynson A.D. 1516; and "The lyfe of Joseph of Armathia," first printed by Pynson A.D. 1520. Ed., with notes and glossarial indices, by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat ...|
|Series||Publications. Original series / Early English Text Society -- no. 44., Early English Text Society (Series) -- 44.|
|Contributions||Skeat, Walter W. 1835-1912.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 100 p.|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||12018057|
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Some purport that Joseph of Arimathea was the uncle of Jesus’ mother, Mary. However, the Bible makes no such connection, so the claim is unsubstantiated. In addition, Joseph supposedly made many trips to Britain for trade and is said to have eventually brought the gospel to that country. Joseph d'Arimathie Volume of Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. Studies and texts Volume of Studies and Texts - Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, ISSN Volume of Studies and texts, ISSN Authors. During the late 12th century, Joseph became connected with the Arthurian cycle, appearing in them as the first keeper of the Holy Grail. This idea first appears in Robert de Boron’s Joseph d’Arimathie, in which Joseph receives the Grail from an apparition of Jesus and sends it with his followers to Britain. This theme is elaborated upon in. Joseph d’Arimathie was supposed to be the history of the Grail, with Joseph of Arimathea as the main character. The poem was later re-written in prose, by one of the Vulgate authors, which was titled Estoire de Saint Graal (“History of the Holy Grail”, c. ).
Full text of "Joseph of Arimathie, otherwise called The romance of the Seint Graal, or " See other formats. Other articles where Joseph d’Arimathie, ou le Roman de l’estoire dou Graal is discussed: French literature: Prose literature: had used verse for his Joseph d’Arimathie (associating the Holy Grail with the Crucifixion) and his Merlin; but both were soon turned into prose. Other Arthurian romances adopted it, notably the great Vulgate cycle written between and , with its . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Joseph of Arimathie: Otherwise Called the Romance of the Seint Graal or Holy Grail (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! In Robert de Boron’s verse romance Joseph d’Arimathie (c. ), he is entrusted with the Holy Grail (cup) of the Last Supper. A midth-century interpolation relates that Joseph went to Glastonbury (in Somerset, England), of which he is patron saint, as head of 12 missionaries dispatched there by St. Philip the Apostle.