Joseph of Arimathea
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Joseph of Arimathea was a wealthy follower of Jesus at the time of the crucifixion. He allegedly buried Jesus in a tomb which he had prepared for himself. He is a saint in several Christian denominations, notably Catholicism and Lutheranism.
 Holy Grail
According to a medieval legend, he eventually brought the Holy Grail (the cup or, better yet, this) to England and buried it near Glastonbury close to the site where Glastonbury Abbey would later be built. Joeseph is if course referenced in Monty Python's movie on the grail.
 Glastonbury Thorn
 See also
Three other men called “Joseph” are relevant to Abrahamic religions:
- Joseph (Old Testament), who had family problems
- Joseph (husband of Mary), one of several possible fathers of Jesus
- Josephus a Romanised Jewish historian misquoted by Christians
For details, see the individual articles.
- Wikipedia on the Holy Grail