Referenced in the Bible's "Book of Acts" as the "Beautiful Gate", the double arches formerly led through the Eastern Wall directly into Temple Mount where the revered Jewish Temple stood. In 1541, the Golden Gate, one of eight gates, was sealed shut by Suleiman I, to prevent the prophesy of "The Messiah" returning to Jerusalem through the Eastern Gate. The Jewish Cemetery lies just across the Kidron Valley on the slopes of the Mount of Olives, where it is believed that the dead buried here throughout the past 3,000 years, will be the first resurrected. Interestingly, the Golden Gate has been recently opened on the interior of the Wall, which can be accessed from Temple Mount only by Muslims, for Islamic worship within a small area. This is a significant Gate to both Christians and Jews.