What were the non-Chalcedonian Fathers' (and our) response to the claim that St. Euphemia the Martyr Miraculously had the Chalcedonian definition of Christology using the dyophysite formula vindicated and confirmed as God's choice over the Non-Chalcedonia "One Incarnate Nature" formula when both confessions were written and placed in her tomb, the tomb being sealed and three days later her body held the Chalcedonian formula in her right hand while the non-chalcedonian formula under her feet?
While St. Euphemia is commemorated in our Coptic Church around January 1 of each year, there is no mention of this miracle in our Synaxarium or a contradiction to it.
This general rendering of this Miracale at Chalcedon is as follows:
"The council sat in the cathedral consecrated in her name. Present at the council were 630 representatives from all the local Christian Churches. Both the Monophysite and Orthodox parties were well represented at the council, so the meetings were quite contentious, and no decisive consensus could be reached. Patriarch Anatolius of Constantinople suggested that the council submit the decision to the Holy Spirit, acting through Saint Euphemia.
Both parties wrote a confession of their faith and placed them in the tomb of the saint Euphemia which was sealed in the presence of the emperor Marcian (450-457), who placed the imperial seal on it and set a guard to watch over it for three days. During these days both sides fasted and prayed. After three days the tomb was opened and the scroll with the Orthodox confession was seen in the right hand of St Euphemia while the scroll of the Monophysites lay at her feet.
This miracle is attested by a letter sent by the council to Pope Leo I:
"For it was God who worked, and the triumphant Euphemia who crowned the meeting as for a bridal, and who, taking our definition of the Faith as her own confession, presented it to her Bridegroom by our most religious Emperor and Christ-loving Empress, appeasing all the tumult of opponents and establishing our confession of the Truth as acceptable to Him, and with hand and tongue setting her seal to the votes of us all in proclamation thereof." ~Wikipedia.org
Was the definition placed on behalf of the Non-Chalcedonians a strictly Eutychian Monophysite definition? If so, I can see why St. Euphemia (who is also in our Coptic Synaxarium) would agree with the Chalcedonian definition? However, since Chalcedon was not about the Eutychian heresy but about the Miaphysite confession of Dioscorus, I would assume that the written statement of faith placed in St. Euphemia's tomb was the Miaphysite one. now...
If the confession placed in her tomb were Dyophysite and Miaphysite, then what was the response of our Fathers to this Miracle?