An imagined book gets a new text: Psalms of the Muslim David

@article{Vishanoff2011AnIB,
  title={An imagined book gets a new text: Psalms of the Muslim David},
  author={David R. Vishanoff},
  journal={Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={85 - 99}
}
Numerous Arabic manuscripts of the ‘Psalms of David’ contain not the biblical Psalms but Muslim compositions in the form of exhortations addressed by God to David. A survey of five manuscripts reveals that all such texts studied to date can be traced to two early source collections, whose contents were rewritten and expanded by three medieval authors and numerous copyists to produce four distinct texts in seven different recensions. These texts intersect with several types of literature… Expand

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