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, ‘ The Holy Blood of Hayles ’, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society xxiii (), ; Oates, J. C., ‘ Richard Pynson and the Holy Blood of Hayles ’, The Library, 5th ser. xiii (), Cited by: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The poem also appears in a pamphlet on the Blood of Hailes printed c. by Richard Pynson; see J. C. T. Oates, ‘Richard Pynson and the Holy Blood of Hayles’, The Library, s5-XIII (), – A transcription of the full poem is printed in G. Hortmann, Altenglische Legenden (Heilbronn ), –Cited by: 1. " 19 A Little Treatise of Divers Miracles Shewed for the Portion of Christ's Blood in Hayles, Bodl. Ded. (not paginated), on loan from the Gloucester Library. J. C. T. Oates, ‘Richard Pynson and the Holy Blood of Hayles’, The Library, v, 13 (), –77 (p. ).
The most prized relics of all were those associated with Christ’s suffering during the Passion, including the blood He shed on the Cross. While in Germany in , Edmund, son of Earl Richard of Cornwall, the founder of Hailes, obtained what was believed to be a portion of the blood shed by Christ on the Cross – the Holy Blood. Earlier Translations. The first translation into English (from French) was in , when the Fourth Book was translated by Margaret, Countess of Richmond, mother of Henry VII, and printed by Richard Pynson, the King's Printer. This was followed the same year by a translation of the first three Books by William Atkinson, D.D. () STC For a full bibliographic description, see John C. T. Oates, "Richard Pynson and the Holy Blood of Hayles," The Library 5th ser., 15 (). There is a modern edition from which all quotations are drawn here, as the surviving copy is badly damaged: Carl Horstmann, Altenglische Legenden (Heilbronn, Germany: Verlag von Gebr. Burton, Richard Francis, The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night. A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments. Benares: Printed by the Kamashastra Society for Private Subscribers, –8. 10 vols.
The book claims that during the crucifixion, Jesus is drugged and removed from the cross, and Simon takes his place. Then Mary Magdalene and Jesus escape to France, and MM is carrying a child in her womb, and her womb is what's truly the Holy Grail, the vessel that carries the blood of Jesus (Royal Blood = Sangre Real = San Graal = Holy Grail).Reviews: SPECIAL ILLUSTRATED EDITION WITH EXCLUSIVE NEW MATERIAL “One of the more controversial books of the 20th century.” –UPI “Enough to seriously challenge many traditional beliefs, if not alter them.” –Los Angeles Book Times Review Explosive, thought-provoking, fiercely compelling, Holy Blood, Holy Grail breaks bold new ground with its shocking conclusions about the lineage of Christ /5(36). Holy Blood Holy Grail User Review - jpjpjp Richard Leigh is a novelist and short-story writer with postgraduate degrees in comparative literature and a thorough knowledge of history, philosophy, psychology, and esoterica. Holy Blood, Holy Grail A Dell book: Authors: Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, Henry Lincoln: Edition:3/5(11). Drawing on history, art history, literary criticism and theory, gender studies, theology and psychoanalysis, this interdisciplinary study analyzes the cultural significance of the Shrine of our Lady of Walsingham, medieval England's most significant pilgrimage site devoted to the Virgin Mary, which was revived in the twentieth century, and in voted Britain's favorite religious site.