Statue base for the hierophant who saved the sacred objects of the Mysteries

I Eleus. 516 Date: 191/2 AD or shortly after
 
Fragment a
You are looking at the displayer (phantora) of solemn nights, also renowned for his wisdom, the holy attendant (propolon) of Deo and Kore,[1] who, evading once the unlawful work of the Sarmatians,[2] saved rites (orgia) and life (psuchēn) for the fatherland (5) and displayed the ceremonies (teletas) and elevated their glory (kudos) like wise Eumolpos[3] and very holy Keleos[4] and initiated the son of Ausonia (Ausonidēn),[5] the very glorious (agakluton) Antoninus.[6] [ . . . ] For this . . . (10) . . . . . .
Fragment b
. . . . . . . . . for Demeter . . . (nothing more inscribed)