Fountain-Gate (שִׁעִר הָעִיִן, sha'ar ha-A'yi; Sept. πύλη τοῦ Α᾿ϊvν, or αἰνεϊvν, Vulg. porta fontis; A.V. "gate of the fountain") at Jerusalem was in the first or old wall, along the Valley of Hinnom, south of the Dung-gate, and adjoining the Pool of Siloam (from which it doubtless derived its name), at the mouth of the Tyropaeon (Strong's Harm. and Expos. Append. page 11), SEE JERUSALEM.