For three-aisled halls of this general type see Larry Herr, “Tripartire Pillared Buildings and the Marketplace in Iron Age Palestine,” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 272 (1988), pp. 47–67. For the most recent discussion interpreting such buildings as stables, see John S. Holladay, “The Stables of Ancient Israel,” ed. Lawrence Geray and Herr, pp. 103–166, in The Archaeology of Jordan and Other Studies (Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews Univ. Press, 1986) with discussion in the Herr article.