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LJapTVp'I1O"EIEV. II I, p. ). This sentence is in 449 at once commented on by Dioscorus as expressing his own opinion (and consequently that of his synod): O"VVT16EIJE6a TOUT01S Kat ';IJEis "Tl"eXvTES (ibid. p. 143, 12). As Eutyches' deposition in the acts and Dioscorus' quotation in our text are exactly identical, it looks as if Shahdost did not scruple to put the words of one into the mouth of the other. 2-4] ep, 40, ACO I I, 4 p. 26, 7-9· PG 77 col. 192 D- 193 A• 5-10] ep, 40, ACO I I, 4 p. 29, 24-7.

Can anything be said about the author of VI? We get some glimpses of his christology in spite of the contractions his work has suffered. The author shows the greatest reserve in the use of technical christological terms, except' two natures'. He more than once stresses the incomprehensibility and ineffability of the union of the two natures in Christ: see the refutations of anathemata 2, 3, 4 and' our faith'. The word synapheia is not used in the preserved text; once the 'union of sonship' is mentioned (refutation of anath.

Are the Severians the opponents here as well? It seems more likely to be Philoxenus of Mabbug with his christology of' becoming', as theses 4 and 8 are opposed to it. For the author of XI the right way to speak of the incarnation is 1 Geschichte, loc. cit. xlix d-2 INTRODUCTION to speak of the 'taking on' of the man for the 'purpose of revelation' (theses 8, 9, II). It is evident that the theological background of XI is the same as that of IX, though the authors need not be identical (in fact the style tells against identity).

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