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Antonin Horak - General Overview
http://www.korenine.si/zborniki/zbor...nsky_horak.pdf

Reading of Novilara Stele by Antonin Horak
https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/vi...rak-korenine/4

North Picene language (spoken in part of central-eastern Italy)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Picene_language

Antonin Horak, 1918 - 2004, lived in Zlin, the Czech Republic, for the most of his life. He graduated from Masaryk's Experimental School - secondary level education reflecting Tomas Bata's views on education. His lifelong profession was filmmaking, e.g. participation on the notable films Cesta do Praveku, 1955 and Vynalez Zkazy, 1958 as a cameraman.

Antonin Horak claimed to have deciphered/interpreted the "The Novilara Stele" using Slavic. I have attached relevant material/links above. The reviewer D. Polansky rejects some of Horak's theses as false and inaccurate but some other theses "resonate with utmost clarity and veracity".

Below is category 3 -

Category 3. Theses which have substantial merit

Assigning Slavic languages to the Neolithic farming cultures in Europe, especially Eastern Europe [1] p. 12, 42 - 44, 53 - 56.
Stating that descendants of Neolithic farming cultures on the Balkans, including Greece and Northern Italy, i.e. ordinary peasants, originally speaking a kind of Slavic tongues, were repeatedly enslaved by tribes of a more warring nature, e.g. serving as an initial base of both Greek and Roman slave populations [1] for example pp. 12,
33 - 34, 148 - 152.
Mentioning striking similarity of Sanskrit to Slavic languages and preaching the antiquity of Indo-European satem languages [1] pp. 300 - 304.
Reading a number of Italic inscriptions, mostly from Etruscan-Villanovan territory, on the basis of Slavic languages [1] pp. 127 - 252.
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