The "Wedding at Cana" is a biblical account of a wedding celebration where Jesus Christ performed his first miracle by turning water into wine. Cana is a town in Galilee, located in modern-day Israel. The term "miracle" refers to a supernatural event that cannot be explained by natural laws and is attributed to divine intervention.

Hans Sebald Beham was a German printmaker and artist who lived during the Renaissance period. He was known for his engravings and woodcuts, often depicting religious and mythological scenes. Beham was a member of the "Little Masters," a group of artists who produced small-scale prints during the 16th century.

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