All these circumstances agree well with the Davidic authorship.
The Davidic authorship has at least as much to say for itself as any of these conjectures.
Certain passages seem to imply that in his time the Temple was still standing and the Davidic dynasty uninterrupted.
The fervor of the Davidic psalms is wanting in the literature of Solomon's age.
The abandonment of the Davidic dynasty of the Ten Tribes looked like earthly ruin.
Religion, moreover, lent its sanction to the Davidic dynasty.
The attributes of the king and the promises for his descendants cannot be extended, without incongruity, beyond the Davidic line.
The intention is obvious—to throw the Davidic psalms as much as possible together in the first two books.
In Zerubbabel the people beheld once more a ruler of the Davidic race.
The wider dominion is not inconsistent with Davidic origin, as his conquests were extended beyond the territory of Israel.