Fuller's Monument (μνῆμα τοῦ γναφέως), a conspicuous object mentioned by Josephus in his account of the course of the third or outer wall of Jerusalem (War, 5:4, 2), as situated near "the tower of the corner," where the wall bent, after passing the sepulchres of the kings, to the valley of the Kidron; evidently, therefore, at the north-east angle of the ancient city (Strong's Harm. and Expos, of the Gospel, Append. page 23). It does not follow, as Dr. Barclay supposes (City of the Great King, page 25), that the monument in question was situated in the FULLER'S FIELD SEE FULLER'S FIELD . SEE JERUSALEM.