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The influence of Ancient Greece in politics, architecture, the arts and language was received via the countries which settled North America. So ancient Greece gave nothing directly to the US. It came from Britain, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Italy etc in various forms, copies and re-developments.

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