Valencian archaeologist and epigraphist Luis Silgo Gauche is yet another voice to support the authenticity of the materials found in the important Basque site of Roman era, that have been inquisitorially persecuted by a gang of institutionally powerful linguists lead by Joseba Lakarra, with the sympathies of the Castilian nationalist school of historians (Celticists and generally anti-Basque) and the shameful complicity of some politicians.
In a recently published paper he states that the finding of inscriptions in situ, within a perfectly documented excavation procedure, discards in a total and definintive manner that it would be, in all cases, a falsification.
Luis Silgo Gauche, OBSERVACIONES SOBRE LOS RECIENTES HALLAZGOS EPIGRÁFICOS PALEOVASCOS DE IRUÑA-VELEIA (TRESPUENTES-VILLODAS, ÁLAVA). 2010. (PDF, in Spanish).