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According to a rare manuscript in Persian, al-Musafir described a visit to Cordoba and his meeting with a man who said he had seen the cup of Isa. That man saw it near the source of a river which he reached after traveling south from an oasis.
Behind the scenesEdit
Al-Musafir is mentioned only in two entries of the Grail Diary from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure. His nationality is not revealed; his connection to Cordoba might mean his is a Moor; his manuscript is mentioned to be "Persian" but it is not certain if it was his native language.
A contemporary historical figure of the same name is the Moorish philsopher Nur ad-Din al-Bitruji from Cordoba.