Photius (or rather Eulogius of Alexandria) confesses, in a fine passage, the specious color of this double charge against Pope Leo and his synod of Chalcedon (Bibliot. cod. ccxxv. p. 768.).
He waged a double war against the enemies of the church, and wounded either foe with the darts of his adversary—
Against Nestorius he seemed to introduce the of the Monophysites; against Eutyches he appeared to countenance the Nestorians. The apologist claims a charitable interpretation for the saints: if the same had been extended to the heretics, the sound of the controversy would have been lost in the air.