Do próprio. É a alegação do Professor Yosef Garfinkel, da Universidade Hebraica de Jerusalém.
Confira sobre isso:
:: Claim: Palace of David Discovered in the Foothills of Judah – Todd Bolen: BiblePlaces.com Blog – July 18, 2013
Professor Yosef Garfinkel has announced the discovery of two royal public buildings in his excavations at Khirbet Qeiyafa. According to the press release, one is the palace of David and the other was the king’s storehouse.
:: Peter van der Veen on the Methodological Problems of Calling the Qeiyafa Discovery ‘David’s Palace’ – Jim West: Zwinglius Redivivus – July 18, 2013
Even though I would be thrilled to have a palace of king David at Khirbet Qeijafa, how can we jump so quickly to our conclusions as Yossi Garfinkel does?
:: Explorator 16:13-14, de 21.07.2013, traz dezenas de links sobre o assunto e comenta: Big news this week was obviously the claim that King David’s palace had been discovered at Khirbet Qeiyafa (how close the association of the palace to David seems to vary from publication to publication), although by the end of the week we were beginning to (rightly) see some skepticism about the claims.