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The other western groups of IEs started splitting and migrating away from the steppe homeland between 3500 BC and 3000 BC. The Proto-Greeks (and perhaps the Proto-Armenians, if they were related to the Greeks) were part of the second wave of migrations to the Balkans. The Greeks did not arrive in Greece in 1600-1400 BC, that’s just the time when the Mycenaean civilisation had been created, the Proto-Greeks invaded Greece several hundred years before that (probably around 2000 BC). They had to have had some adjustment time from going from steppe nomads to Mediterranean city dwellers, it didn’t just happen instantly.
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