The 6th century Chalcedonian theologian, Leontius of Byzantium, is most likely the author of a compilation of texts by the 4th century heretic, Apollinarius of Laodicea, entitled “Against the frauds of the Apollinarists”. What was happening was that Monophysite polemicists were using these texts for anti-Chalcedon arguments. The texts themselves were circulating under the names of respectable authors such as Pope Julius I or Gregory Nazianzen. Leontius tracked down the original comments by Apollinarius and his disciples, and compiled a set of them, so that their ideas could be recognised.
Bryson Sewell has kindly translated it into English for us, from the text printed by Angelo Mai and reprinted in the Patrologia Graeca.
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