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CANA - A Galilaean village mentioned only in John; here Jesus turned water into wine (Jn.2.1) and healed with a word a nobleman's son who lay sick at Capernaum (4.46). Nathanael was a native of this place (21.2). Late tradition identified it with Kufr Kenna, NE. of Nazareth. But Cana is mentioned by Josephus and from his account it is clear that it lay at Khirbet Qana on the north side of the el-Battof plain. It was evidently called Cana of Galilee to differentiate it from the Cana (Kanah) near Tyre (Jos.19.28). [Article: Dictionary of the Bible, J.Hastings, 2nd Ed., T&T.Clark, 1963. - E.G.K.]
See also Wikipedia article Kafr Kanna