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Jw1. 1. 1. wi,ed. Flemming, p. 41. 1 Leo, Ep. 21, Appendix (PL f4, col. 718A). 'CAr_°"· ad ann. 428: 'Cui impie1ad (Nestorius) praecipua Cyrilli Alcxandrini t;llOO'l))I indusuia, et papae Coelcsrini rcpugnar auctoritas' (PL fr, col. 594=cd. 472). l As Dioscorus did not fail to make dear at Chalcedon, accusing him of contradiaing hi1115e]f: AC02. 1. 1,p. 11f. ' By this time the Home Synod was a well-esrablished instirurion. At the fourth ~on of Chalccdon, Ana101ius explained (Mansi, Coll«tio vu, col.

He had, however, kept in touch with both ' Stt Liberatus, Brw. x. 44 (ACO z. v, pp. ). For the leXt of the TOtM of Proclus, see ACO 4. 11, pp. 187-9f and below, p. ]II. ' Ap. Cyril, £p. 66. For Cyril's final effort to pttsuade John of Antioch and Proclus fo accept rhe condemnation of Diodore and Theodore, see Cyril, Epp. :i.. MS 97 (Paris, 1964), pp. 17-]I. 41and46. 41. 'ah w have exerted little influence on the actual nci:::o1iatit1ns JeJdinc; to the Reunion Formula. • ourcome ,,fthisalfair what it means to be like-minded with us'.

E Osloeruu J8, 1963, pp. 76-83 at p. 82. Even so, all this seems to have been forgotten by the fifth ctntury. tions: Akten, ed. Flemming, p. 5 1, lines 31-8. Liberatus (B1ev. \1comedia 'unless they made peace with one another' (PL 68, col. =ACO 2. v, P· loG). '

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