Hello friends! The following are two candidates for King David's Palace.
I am gearing towards the first one more than the second, due to the fact that some Biblical Artifacts linked to Jeremiah were found on the first site.
Something curious about the first candidate is that Archeologist Kathleen Kenyon visited the site a couple of years before Eilat Mazar did and she only said it was an important structure. (Kathleen Kenyon also visited The Walls of Jericho site and claimed that it was not Jericho. Years later it was confirmed to be The Biblical Town of Jericho with 100% certainty)
I'm not trying to discredit Ms. Kenyon, i simply find it curious that she's been in a Major Biblical Site and didn't think anything of it, and here she is again in a different site that could potentially be King David's Palace and she's reached a similar conclusion.
I have attached a quick introductory video on each candidate :)
CANDIDATE NUMBER 1