Decree concerning sacrifices at Eleusis

I Eleus. 13 Date: ca. 500-470 BC
 
The Council and the People decided, when Paraibates [was secretary]: the religious officials (hieropoios) shall make the [preliminary] sacrifices[1] of the Eleusinia[2] (?) and . . . . . . Eleusi-[3] . . . for Hermes Enagonios and the Graces a goat . . . [for Poseidon a ram], for Artemis a goat, for Telesidromos and Triptolemos . . . [4] (5) [for Plouton], for D[oli]chos (?),[5] for the Two Goddesses three victims led by a bull at the festival.