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The majority of Indo-European specialists support the Kurgan hypothesis, and the homeland of Proto-Indo-European proper in the Balkans around 5000 BC.
Although it has attracted substantive attention and discussions, the datings it proposes are at odds with the linguistic timeframe for Proto-Indo-European also known as the Armenian hypothesis.