Triphysites (from τρεῖς, three, and φύσεις, natures), those divines who, at the fourteenth and fifteenth councils of Toledo, A.D. 684, 688, carried their opposition to the Monophysites and Monothelites to such an extreme that they declared a belief not only in Christ's distinct divine and human natures, but also in a third nature resulting from the union of the two.

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