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same again in Dodds (1965) 132, "one reason for the success of Christianity was simply the weakness and weariness of the opposition"; similarly in Piganiol (1972) 259, more diffusely in Burckhardt and Seeck quoted by Lucius (1908) 147^ in Cumont (1929) 38f, and in Nocks assessment in the CAH XII (1939) 449. For the denial of a material decline in the period crucial to the church's triumph, the fourth century, a phenomenon often thought to have underlain a religious or spiritual decline, see Thebert (1983) 103, very definite about Africa (the debate is now "closed

, Carl 633 Brakelmann, Günter 105 Brandl, Alois 853 Brentano, Lujo 853 Breuer, Josef 602 Briand, Aristide 326, 654 Brieger, Theodor 60, 370 f. Brocke, Bernhard von 445 Brosses, Charles de 978, 978 Bruckmann, Peter 674 Bruder, Adolf 404 Brückner, Wilhelm 706 Brunner, Emil 811 Bruno, Giordano 458, 1021 Buber, Martin 716, 764, 771 Buchenau, Arthur 608 Budde, Karl 62, 299, 522 Bülow, Bernhard von 99 Buhmann, Hans Karl Emil 44, 98–100 Buisson, Ferdinand 380, 380, 381 Buonaiuti, Ernesto 634 f. Personenregister 1223 Burckhardt, Jacob 72, 369, 369, 473, 473, 616, 1071, 1071