If you want detail, don't look for it in a newspaper. Many of the scholarly papers on the subject are available online. Garfinkel has been very sloppy excavating the site and has a history of jumping to conclusions. It is possible his interpretation is right, but extremely unlikely. Archaeologists who dig with "a spade in one hand and a Bible in the other" do bad science. Unfortunately that sort of bad science has become very common in Israel, because the nationalists use archaeology politically.
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from the article: Crying King David: Are the ruins found in Israel really his palace?