Indy, Henry, Marcus, and Sallah (John Rhys-Davies) successfully find the cliffside temple where the Grail is kept but are quickly captured by Donovan's group, who have not been successful at getting their 'volunteers' through the three booby traps. To assure Indy's cooperation, Donovan shoots Henry, forcing Indy to negotiate the traps in order to retrieve the Grail and save his father. Reading the clues from Henry's diary, Indy realizes that the 'penitant man' referred to in the first clue means that he must prostrate himself, which he does so just in time to duck two large saw blades. He almost falters at the second trap when he realizes that he must step only on the stones that spell out God's name (Jehovah) until he remembers that the first letter in Latin is actually 'I (not 'J'). On the third trap, in which he must cross a deep chasm, he is forced to step down onto a bridge that was disquised to be invisible. At the end of the path, he encounters a table covered in numerous chalices and the Knight who has been guarding them for 700 years. By following Indy, Donovan and Elsa catch up, but Donovan is perplexed by all the chalices and allows Elsa to pick the proper one for him. She chooses an ornate gold one, he drinks from it, and promptly dies. 'He chose poorly,' comments the Knight. Indy chooses a plain wooden cup, as would be made by a carpenter, and drinks from it. 'You have chosen wisely,' says the Knight, so Indy fills it with water and lets Henry drink from it. Henry is immediately cured, but Elsa grabs the cup for herself and tries to leave the temple, setting off a massive earthquake. Elsa and the cup fall into a fissure. When Indy tries to pull her out, she tries to grab for the fallen cup, but her glove slips off her hand and she falls into the precipice. In the final scene, Indy, Henry, Marcus, and Sallah leave the temple, mount their horses, and ride away...but not before Henry reveals that, although Henry is his junior, he got the named 'Indiana' after the family dog.