On the similar character of the twin submerged entrances see C. Warren and C.R. Conder, Survey of Western Palestine (London: The Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund, 1884), pp. 164–66; see also Gibson and Jacobson, Below the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, pp. 235–59. Warren’s examination showed that the “Triple Gate” was “a gateway of about the same style as the Double Gate, and is very likely at that time to have exactly corresponded to it in only having two passages” (“Excavations at Jerusalem,” in W. Morrison, ed., The Recovery of Jerusalem: A Narrative of Exploration and Discovery in the City and Holy Land [London: R. Bentley, 1871], p. 231; see also Conder in Warren and Conder, Survey of Western Palestine, p. 165). On the voussoirs of the “Triple Gate,” see D. Bahat “The Western Wall Tunnels,” in H. Geva, ed., Ancient Jerusalem Revealed (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1994), p. 182; Gibson and Jacobson, Below the Temple Mount, p. 268.