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It did not really collapse it merely changed first from Greece to Macedonian though keeping the central tenets of art archaeology and mythology and then when Alexander the Great died his generals took over the territory and split it amongst themselves creating many Hellenized states continuing Greek culture in Asia Minor Egypt Greece and Macedonia, then Rome adopted much of Greece culture and customs continuing their civilization and spreading it through the Western world.
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