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Fish Gate (שַׁ֣עַר הַדָּגִ֔ים, sha'ar haddagim). A city gate of Jerusalem mentioned during the First Temple and postexilic periods. The gate probably was located near the northwest corner of the Temple Mount, and its name likely came from the fish market mentioned in Neh 13:16 (Sweeney, Zephaniah, 89).