Taurobolic inscription

IG II2 5 13253 Date: 387 AD
 
After the consulship of Honorius and Euodius (386/7), on the twenty-seventh of May (pro hex kal(andōn) Iouniōn), when Hermogenes was archon (386/7), the taurobolium was performed in Athens, (5) having undertaken which, I, Mousonios, the most illustrious,[1] dedicated this altar as a token (sunthēma) of the rite (teletēs).