Check out the new publication on our 2014's excavations in Building 338:
Kleiman, A. 2016. Kaplan, A. and Finkelstein, I., Building 338 at Megiddo: New Evidence from the Field. IEJ 66.2: 161–176.
Building 338 at Megiddo is one of the most impressive Iron Age structures unearthed in the southern Levant. Scholars have debated its function and its dating — Iron IIA or Iron IIB. In this article we present new evidence from excavations conducted in the vicinity of the building that suggests that it was constructed in the Iron IIB. We then place these results within the context of Iron II Megiddo.