See Michael Langlois, “The Kings, the City and the House of David on the Mesha Stele in Light of New Imaging Techniques,” Semitica 61 (2019), pp. 23–47, esp. pp. 24–26 for the RTI images.
See Isabel Bonora Andujar, “L’estampage de la stele de Mésha,” in Thomas Römer, ed., Mésha et la Bible (Paris, Collège de France, 2018), pp. 28–33.
Several scholars contest this reading on various grounds, but we believe their arguments are unfounded. See Matthieu Richelle, “A Re-Examination of the Reading BT DWD [House of David] on the Mesha Stele,” in Hillel Geva and Alan Paris, eds., Ada Yardeni Volume, Eretz-Israel 34 (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 2021), pp. 152*–159*; Israel Finkelstein, Nadav Na’aman, and Thomas Römer, “Restoring Line 31 in the Mesha Stele: The ‘House of David’ or Biblical Balak?” Tel Aviv 46 (2019), pp. 3–11; Nadav Na’aman, “The Alleged ‘Beth David’ in the Mesha Stele: The Case Against It,” Tel Aviv 46 (2019), pp. 192–197.
For more, see André Lemaire, “The Mesha Stele: Revisited Text and Translation,” in Meir and Edith Lubetski, eds., Epigraphy, Iconography, and the Bible (Sheffield: Sheffield Press, 2022), pp. 22–23.