This is another text. It is a translation I have made myself from the Latin of Van Roeys volume of Syriac texts. This is dated to after 535 AD when Anthimus became Patriarch or after 536 AD when he was kept safe in Constantinople by the Empress St Theodora.
Monophysite Texts of the Sixth Century
Van Roey and Allen
Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
Anthimus of Constantinople
Address to Justinian
Saint Anthimus, from the treatise to the Emperor Justinian.
Therefore adhering to the prophetic word, we in no way attribute ignorance to the one Lord Jesus Christ, the Son, composite and indivisible. For to say that God the Word, inasmuch as he is God the Word, does not know the last day and hour is full of Arian, or rather Jewish, impiety. But to say he does not know it in his humanity is to make a division of the one Lord into two persons, two sons, two Christs, two natures and two hypostases, and separate the operations and proprieties of them, and of all things.
St Gregory Nazianzus also taught this in his second oration on the Son, saying: ‘Is it not known to all that it is known to him as God, but he says he is ignorant as man, if we separate the visible from the intelligible’. See how this wise teacher explains the word of the Gospel saying: ‘If we separate the visible from the intelligible’, and taught us that it is possible to attribute ignorance to him when we use a division in contemplation concerning the one composite Christ, and enquire regarding the substance of his animated flesh.
And after a little. For us, however, there is one hypostasis and one nature of the Word of God incarnate, just as there is without doubt, one will. And we know only one operation and one wisdom, and one knowledge for both. Therefore whoever says that he knew as God, but as a man, however, did not know, unsuitably divides the one indivisible Son into two natures, and two hypostases, as did the impious Theodoret. But we, by the grace of God, believe, as we have already said, the divine soul, rational and intelligent, consubstantial with our souls, had, by the union with God the Word, an existence with his body, consubstantial with our bodies, and from that union, it has gained all its operation and wisdom, and divine omniscience, so that there is one and the same knowledge of God the Word, and of the intellectual soul.