Solid ancient greek history is said to have begun with the heroic age pelasgian writngs of Homer and Hesiod, recalling the heros of the 1500 b.c. to 1100 b.c. timeframe, the times of Pelops, Crete, Minos, Europa, Cadmus, Hercules, Troas. Ilus, Dardanus, and Ogyges, the last two having been kings at the time that much of Greece was consumed when the sea level rose, the time when the Black Sea became connected to the world ocean for that strait (Dardanelles) to have been named after Dardanus.
With the bronze age lifestyle known in ancient Greece back to circa 2000 b.c., where are the solid records of chronologies of bronze age kings back before those reported by Hesiod, Homer, and others? They all say the Pelasgians dominated the scene in most ancient times, back before the Flood of Ogyges which was the end of the Ice Age. The five centuries or so before that was peaceful and pastoral, when Greece had vast dense forests and rich crops twice per year, where now maybe twenty of inches of rain falls per year, back then was closer to forty inches per year.
History before the Flood of Ogyges is more obsure because of the chaos which struck much of the world when the sea level rose and vast swaths of previously fertile soil became parched desert, when the Ice Age ended, confirmed by the historical disaster described in the Ipuwer Papyrus, the same diastrous time described in the book of Exodus. Read much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, and help spread the word, demonstrating that science and the Bible are mutally inclusive.