Art historian Marilyn Aronberg Lavin showed that Piero della Francesca's "Baptism of Christ" actually has Epiphany for its theme. In the background the Magi journey toward Bethlehem, as one of them points to the sky. (There are four Magi here; the Scriptures never specify their number.) The Angels on the left allude to matrimony; note that two of them are crowned. As we sing in the Benedictus antiphon for Epiphany, "Today the Bridegroom claims his bride, the Church, since Christ has washed away her sins in Jordan's waters; the Magi hasten with their gifts to the royal wedding; and the wedding guests rejoice, for Christ has changed water into wine, alleluia."