For those without a background in German time to dig out the online translators:
„Amatoria carmina studiose discunt“ – Basilides und die Oden Salomos
2. revidierte Fassung mit Nachtrag [=revised version with supplement]
Dr. Hermann Detering – 22. September 2018
Abstract: Despite repeated attempts, to date scholarship has failed to identify the author of the Odes of Solomon. A scholion by Augustine may provide an overlooked clue and furnishes the basis for renewed investigation. This article argues that the “amatoria carmina” attributed to Basilides by Augustine are in fact the Odes of Solomon. This article examines a series of striking parallels between the theology off the Odes and the theology of Basilides as reported by the church fathers, and it proposes that the author of the “amatoria carmina” was none other than that early
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I’d like to read it, too.