Sacrificial calendar from Eleusis

I Eleus. 175 Date: ca. 330 BC
 
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. . . [1] [Pyanopsion] . . . [On the fourth?] . . . [- dr.] . . . to the Eleusinion On the fifth for the hierophant and the herald (5) for lunch, when they announce the festival 1 dr. 3 ob. of the Proerosia. On the seventh 20 dr. for Apollo Pythios, a goat (10) and the things for the rites, a suckling lamb? (progonion)[2] and accompaniments to adorn a table for the god; priestly dues (hiereĊsuna) for the priest one line erased (15) for the hierophant and the priestesses from Eleusis at the all-night revel to provide libations and barley cakes . . . (20) one line erased? . . . to the underground pit (megaron)[3] . . . ?; 10 dr. for the perquisites (apometra) for the priestess; for the priestess of Plouton (25) to the hearths (hestias{as}) (?) in honour of the two [- dr.] Thesmophorian goddesses . . . a basket [- dr.] . . . wood for the altar and . . .
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[Skirophorion?] . . . (30) . . . [On the twelfth?] . . . . . . 20 dr. . . . (35) . . . . . . for Poseidon . . . a cake . . . . . . (40) . . . 20 dr. . . . . . .