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The Holy Grail. Is it the cup used by Christ at the Last Supper or perhaps a more ancient vessel of healing and longevity? For centuries it has been discussed, debated, and occasionally actively sought. What was it like for the eager knights of King Arthur's court to quest after this legendary artifact? Arthurian expert Dale Geraldson offers a glimpse of the mythical heroe ...more
Paperback, 871 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Stone Ring Press
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This was a very long read, but hard to ignore. Challenging keeping the names straight, but a bit of a twist of those things that are King Arthur. Great faith exhibited by main characters whether pagan or Christian.
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Jun 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Arthurian scholar Dale Geraldson presents his own interpretation of King Arthur’s champions Sir Galahad and Sir Perceval in his book Dreamers of the Grail. As a work of fiction, Geraldson takes liberties in his interpretation of the tale regarding the quest accepted by King Arthur’s knights to find the Holy Grail, the chalice which Jesus Christ is believed to have drank from at the Last Supper. Geraldson projects that Galahad was relentless in the search choosing to be reincarnated after each li ...more
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