diophysite


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diophysite

(daɪˈɒfɪˌzaɪt; daɪˈɒfɪˌsaɪt)
n
another name for diphysite
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All Islamic legal traditions strictly prohibit marriage between Muslim women and non-Muslim men, and though we have little evidence for practice in the pre-Ottoman period it is unlikely that such unions were particularly common.(72) As such, Bar Hebraeus was likely much more concerned with attending to the boundaries that separated his flock from other Christian groups, especially since he held ecclesiastical office in Iraqi and Iranian regions in which West Syrians were outnumbered by diophysite East Syrians.(73)
After all, Eutyches and Dioscorus were Monophysites, while Nestorius was the diophysite par excellence.