Holy Grail identified in a Spanish museum

The religious artifact - Holy Grail that Jesus drank from at the last supper has been identified in a Spanish museum, as claimed by two historians.

Holy Grail

León University medieval history lecturer Margarita Torres and art historian José Manuel Ortega del Rio declared the claim in their book 'Kings of the Grail'.
In 2011, two medieval Egyptian parchments were discovered that mentioned the chalice of Christ, saying it was taken from Jerusalem to Cairo. From there, records show that an emir in Muslim Spain received it as a reward for helping the Egyptians during a famine. Finally, it arrived in Christendom in the 11th century after being presented to King Fernando as a gift. (Source)
The term 'Grail' originated from a French word graal or greal. It means:
..a cup or bowl of earth, wood, or metal 

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