Dedication of two crowns in the City Eleusinion by the priestess Lysistrate

IG I3 953 Date: Ca. 450-425 BC?
Attendant (propolos) of your secret (arrhēto) ceremony (teletēs), Mistress Deo,[1] and your daughter’s, Lysistrate[2] set up this pleasing gift (agalma), two crowns (stephanō),[3] an adornment (kosmon) for your porch (prothuro), and she does not spare her possessions, but to the gods she is unstinting (aphthonos) to the extent of her ability.