The question of the “Coming of the Greeks” to Greece is a classic issue in European protohistorical archaeology. It may be regarded as one of the byproducts of the “Indo-European problem”, which is concerned with determining whether the resemblance and correspondence between some of the languages spoken in Europe and Asia, collectively known as Indo-European languages, can be explained by the existence of an original language (Ursprache in German) spoken at a certain time by one people (Urvolk in German) living in an original, geographically well-delimited homeland (Urheimat in German). This question has been widely debated for nearly three centuries but remains unresolved (Demoule 2014).