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- noun theology Someone who believes in the doctrine that there are ‘two natures’, human and divine, in Christ.
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Until the reign of Justinian (527-65) the doctrine for or against the two natures in Christ was officially triumphant according as the emperor happened to be Monophysite or Dyophysite, and lent to the accepted doctrine the support of his sword.
Zeno was restored by a Dyophysite faction under the lead of Acacius, patriarch of Constantinople.