fereld

fereld, n.n: a way, going, step. (“FAY-reld”)

0413 fereld

Joseph of Arimathea brings the Holy Grail to Britain, having walked across water to do so. His supporters walk across his cloak on the water’s surface, while the non-believers are left to drown. The Rochefoucauld Grail. Flanders or Artois, c. 1315-1323. [Sotheby’s]

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