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Given the evidence of Egyptian and Babylonian (i) later

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Given the evidence of Egyptian and Babylonian (i) later [#permalink] New post 19 Jul 2020, 03:22
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Given the evidence of Egyptian and Babylonian (i) _______ later Greek civilization, it would be incorrect to view the work of Greek scientists as an entirely independent creation.

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disdain for
imitation of
ambivalence about
deference to
influence on
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The answer is E. The sentence said that is incorrect to think that the Greek scientific work is totally independent of the Egyptian and Babylonian culture. So the word has to be an antonym of "independence". Imitation is a possible answer but Egyptian and Babylonia culture could not imitate the Greeks because they were before, so the option is "influence on".
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