Such evidence relates to change in settlement patterns and form, to major architectural works in various sites such as Gezer, the Negev “fortresses,” etc., and even the pottery of this phase by itself might be indicative of social change. For the architectural finds, see the various discussions of the Solomonic gates, for example (regardless of what one thinks of their “Solomonic” nature); for the Negev fortresses and more, see also Amihai Mazar, “Archaeology and the Biblical Narrative”; for the pottery, see, for example, A. Faust, “Burnished Pottery and Gender Hierarchy in Iron Age Israelite Society,” Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 15, vol. 1 (2002), pp. 53–73.