Gravestone of Myrrhine, first priestess of Athena Nike

IG I3 1330 Date: Ca. 410 BC
Far-shining memorial of Kallimachos’ daughter, who first tended (amphepoleuse) the temple (5) of Nike.[1] She had a name companion to (sunemporon) her good repute (eulogiai), as by divine fortune Myrrhine she was called (10) in truth;[2] she was first to tend the statue (?) (hedos)[3] of Athena Nike, (chosen) by lot from all, (15) Myrrhine by good fortune.