North Picene is an extinct language of eastern Italy that is known from a number of inscriptions dating from the 1st millennium BC, mostly from Picenum. It is written in a form of the Old Italic alphabet. While its texts are easily transliterated, not a single word has been translated so far; for this reason, it is generally assumed not to be an Indo-European language (in contrast to South Picene, which has been identified as an Italic language).
mimniś erút gaareśtadeś rotnem úvlin parten úś polem iśairon tet šút tratneśi krúš tenag trút ipiem rotneš lútúiś θalú iśperion vúl teś rotem teu aiten taśúr śoter merpon kalatne niś vilatoś paten arn úiś baleśtenag andś et šút lakút treten teletaú nem polem tiśú śotriś eúś
- mimniś (Lat. men-) 'mind, remember'
- Baldi, Philip. The foundations of Latin. New York. 2002.