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The arguments given for the decline and fall of Rome are many and varied. Two in particular have dominated the literature. One, supported by Max Weber, A.B.R. Boak and others, contends that the transition from ancient civilization to feudalism was due to the fall in supply of slaves and the ramifications of that fallon the ability of other elements in the system to be reproduced. A.H.M. Jones, A. Bernardi, CM. Cipolla, and others have challenged this argument and have offered an alternativedoi:10.17161/str.1808.4925 fatcat:f6waatid3zfm5b7krpv7oviede