The remains of two buildings thought to be the site of King David's palace have been found in Jerusalem.
The discovery was made at the site of what archaeologists believe to be the Judean city of Shaarayim where the Biblical clash between David and Goliath was said to have taken place. Some experts are skeptical however, questioning whether this is the actual site or if King David was even a king at all.
"The ruins are the best example to date of the uncovered fortress city of King David," said professors Yossi Garfinkel and Saar Ganor who lead the excavations. "This is indisputable proof of the existence of a central authority in Judah during the time of King David."
"Archaeologists in Jerusalem claim to have uncovered two large buildings fit for a king -- Biblical King David, that is."
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