I would highly recommend Cassiodorus's three-volume commentary on the
psalms...I think it would fit what you're looking for. (It is in the
Ancient Christian Writers series, each volume in stock at Amazon.)
I also use Chrysostom's commentaries....wonderful stuff in them, of
course, but his use of typology is more muted, and there isn't
commentary on all the psalms.
Christ is risen!
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, BPeter Brandt-Sorheim
> Christ is risen, alleluia!
> Your recommendations and suggestions are invited for patristic
texts and/or theological studies which may assist in the acquisition
and appreciation of a traditional multi-layered understanding of the
psalm texts as literal/historical, as prefiguring Christ, as
signifiying the church catholic and as reflecting the individual
> Peter Brandt-Sørheim
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