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I neglected to make clear that my suggestions were "background" on 
Arianism.  I leave suggestions regarding the Franks and Arianism to 
others who know that topic better than I.  Williams is clearly the 
leading secondary study on 4th-c Arianism.

For background to the Franks you might consult Daniel Williams, _Ambrose 
of Milan and the End of the Arian-Nicene Conflicts_ (Cambridge, 1995 or 
1996).  It's notes and bibliography will give you the basic literature on 
Arianism in the Roman West in the 4thc.  From there you will need to pick
up the story among the Germans.

Dennis Martin


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