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The Cana Wedding Wine Jars Were Likely Crafted in a Cave and Archaeologists Think They’ve Found It

Do you remember the story of Jesus’ first miracle when he turned water into wine at a wedding feast in Cana of Galilee? This miracle is recorded in John 2:1-11. Recently, archaeologists have discovered what they believe is the workshop where the vessels were made that likely held the water (and wine) at the wedding feast.

An archaeological team with the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) is currently excavating a quarry that was used for producing chalkstone containers during the Roman era, according to Christian Today. The quarry is located in Reina in Lower Galilee.

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