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English: Reconstruction of the proto (primitive) Greek area in ca. 3rd millenium BC
Ελληνικά: Εικοζώμενη πρωτοελληνική περιοχή κατά την 3η χιλιετία π.Χ.
Date 3/5/2011
Source Georgiev V.I. "The arrival of the Greeks in Greece: the linguistic evidence." Noyes Press. pp. 243-253. British Association for Mycenaean Studies, 1974. ISBN 9780815550228.

The Proto-Greek area includes the following toponyms ( comprising rouphly of northern and northwestern Greece):

Epeiros, Khaonia, Kammania, Arktanes, Oresteia-Orestai, Paloeis, Kokytos, Akheron, Keraunia ore, Lynkos-Lynkeai, Olympos, Pindos, Onkhesmos, Euroia, Boukhetos, Drys, Kharadra, Thessalia, Lethaios, Dolikhe
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