Manns Frédéric ,
Une tradition juive dans les commentaires du Cantique des Cantiques d'Origene,
Antonianum, 65/1 (1990) p. 3-22
Summary — The Author analyses the meeting points between the Jewish traditions and Origen's commentaries to the Canticle of Canticles, the Homilies and the Commentary in the strict sense. The study is divided into two parts. In the first part, he examines the midrash tradition of the seven songs, deriving it from the Mekilta and from the Targum of the Canticle; in the second part, he examines the same tradition of the enumeration of the songs, according to a christian second reading made by Origen in the above-mentioned works, and he thus demonstrates the affinities existing between the Father of the School of Alexandria and the Jewish Sages.