Visual Timeline: Indo-European Languages

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3400 BCE: Earliest possible end of Proto-Indo-European linguistic unity.
 
3000 BCE - 2000 BCE: First inhabitation of Mycenae area.
 
 
3000 BCE: The Aryans - nomadic northerners from central Asia - possibly begin to migrate into the Indus Valley in an early phase of migration.
 
 
1450 BCE: Development of the Linear B script.
 
 
800 BCE: Earliest examples of Greek alphabetic script.
 
 
 
 
 
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