The Holy Grail

A sacred object often thought to be the cup from which Jesus Christ drank at the Last Supper.

Holy Grail

The Holy Grail is a legendary artifact in Christian mythology, often identified as the cup used by Jesus at the Last Supper and sometimes associated with miraculous healing powers. Throughout medieval literature, the grail is sought by many knights, most notably in the tales of King Arthur and his knights. It symbolizes divine grace and is often considered the ultimate quest object in Arthurian legends and Christian mythology, representing purity, enlightenment, and communion with God.