Statue base for a hierophantI Eleus. 649 Date: Ca. 240 AD
. . . . . . received splendid gifts . . . -minded word . . . Games-sponsor (agōnothetēn) and eponymous archonship . . . mystic leader (mustikon hēgemona) (5) . . . before revealing the Mysteries to men, his fatherland honoured him by decree, having adulated (agassamenē) him. His onetime bride [Myrt]ale set up a bronze statue, a solemn dedication (agalma) for her godly (eisotheōi) husband. She was the daughter of Glaukos, who was the best (10) of knights, procurator (epitropeōn) of Cyprus in the sea (buthiēn), and sister of godlike (theoeideos) Glaukos, who himself also served as hierophant and departed to the immortals.