But the fish gate did the sons of Hassenaah
So called, because fish was brought from the sea coasts through it, and near it was the fish market; this also was southward, according to Dr. Lightfoot F24; others say northward; some say it led to the sea of Galilee, Jordan, and all the east and north country: but it is most likely to be westward towards the Mediterranean sea, Tyre, and Joppa, from whence fish were brought; and Rauwolff says F25 it is still standing towards the west, behind Mount Sion, and over against Mount Gihon, see ( 2 Chronicles 33:14 ) he also says, this gate was called the gate of Hebron, because the road of Hebron went through it, which is about seven or eight hours' walking distant from it:
who also laid the beams thereof, and set up the doors
locks thereof, and the bars thereof;
completely finished it.