of unknown authorship

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Of unknown authorship and date, says Barton, the Pervigilium Veneris is a Latin poem of 93 trochaic tetrameter verses that survives only in four heavily corrupt manuscripts.
A document of unknown authorship circulating in the Uruguayan Congress echoes Mujica's ironic comment and denounces Scotiabank, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, and Citicorp as "money launderers, accomplices, and beneficiaries of drug trafficking." To back the accusations, the document cites actions by the US-based National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) and Argentina's Unidad de Informacion Financiera (UIF), which issued large fines against those banks.
A new hymn with the present title, composed before World War I but of unknown authorship, is based instead on two verses from Philippians (3:17, 3:14) that urge people to "keep your eyes on those who live as we do," and that speak about pressing toward "the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." The lyrics were again changed during the Civil Rights Movement, in 1956, by activist Alice Wine.
Although some people think our era is ripe for divine revelation, Sheila Keene-Lund believes we've had that information for decades in the form of The Urantia Book, a spiritual text of unknown authorship from the early 20th century.
Of those of unknown authorship, several are marked with the letters CH.
"This e-mail is an item of unknown authorship which was originally simply credited as the work of 'Anonymous' or 'A Concerned American' before someone tacked on a preface that mistakenly attributed it to Thomas Sowell," Snopes.com stated.
Each entry lists the name of the author (note that about two-thirds of the works, surras for the most part, are of unknown authorship), the title of the text in Sanskrit or Pali (with the exception of Dharmadasa #142, Vasumitra #174, and Is'varasena #191, for whom no title is given), occasionally in Chinese (e.g., #29), or a descriptive heading (e.g., #35 "Sutra on the advancement of learning" or #126 "Life of Vasu-bandhu")- The dates that are provided, which must be assumed to be tentative and approximate, are based on the authors' floruit or the date of the Chinese translation.
The picaresque novel originated in Spain with Lazarillo de Tormes (1554; of unknown authorship), in which the poor boy Lazaro describes his services under seven successive lay and clerical masters, each of whom hides his dubious character under a mask of hypocrisy.