With the exception of Latin?
Try also Hebrew (up to 4500 years), a couple of types of Cuneiform/clay tablet stuff (Babylonian and pre-Sumerian, up to maybe 7,000 for earliest), two sorts of Egyptian (one of which in a different script turns out to be preserved by the Copts) , Greek/Linear B (up to 3,200 years ago?), and maybe something Scandinavian? Loads of Linear A clay tablets (3,800 years ago) but no-one has any idea what they say.
I think this tool is a good development. If it helps crack Linear A I'll be impressed.
There are also Chinese, Sanskrit (and other Indus valley/Indian?) Korean and Thai related stuff, no idea how old but the Chinese I believe had paper, gunpowder, Pasta and a Monetary system based on Government guarantee rather than rare shiny gems and metal when Europe was in Wattle and Mud huts using physical cows as currency, if at all.
South & Central America?
There is more really old stuff preserved because when you sack a city or library using clay tablets it makes them more durable. Parchment, Vellum, Paper and Papyrus was rather lacking in archival qualities in comparison (but likely can beat DVD & Tape backups by a thousand years or two). Doing the Library of Alexandria without a "backup" plan was stunningly bad. They WOULD have known the need for Off Site backups, but if they existed/exist it's a well kept secret.
Mines the one with the "Story of Writing" in the pocket.