Hard to say, really, but I guessed Semitic from how the consonants were spaced out, and the syllable structure sort of reminded me of other such languages. Mostly instinct.
It is interesting that, Semitic or no, all the guesses so far have been for ancient languages from approximately the same region. I'll throw in Babylonian as well, in case it's from a later period than what we usually refer to as Akkadian. I know there were others in the region around that same time, but all of them seem to escape me at the moment.
I've one, since we're not at too many outstanding; I don't think it's overly unheard of, but we'll see:
Hadd m'ghandu jkollu ghal xejn b'xejn indhil fil-hajja privata tieghu, fil-familja tieghu, f'daru jew fl-ittri tieghu, u lanqas m'ghandu jbati minn attakki fuq l-unur u l-fama tieghu. Kulhadd ghandu l-jedd għall-protezzjoni mil-liġi kontra kull indħil jew attakki bħal dawn.
Given the bolded words, I'm guessing something heavily influenced by a Romance language, and given some of the repeated words and structures, I'm guessing this is one of the UDHR translations.
Ah, damn, ninja'd by a more specific guess and confirmation. That's what I get for starting to eat before finishing this post.
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