Dedication from Eleusis honouring Demetrios of Phaleron the Younger

IG II3 4 281 Date: 245-240 BC
 
The Athenians stationed by the People in Eleusis and Panakton and at (epi) Phyle, having crowned the general Demetrios son of Phanostratos of Phaleron, dedicated to Demeter and Kore.[1]
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row 1 In crown (5) The Athenians stationed at Eleusis.
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row 1 In crown The Athenians stationed (10) at Panakton.
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row 1 In crown The Athenians stationed (15) at Phyle.
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row 1 In crown The Council, the People (crown him), having served as cavalry commander.
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row 2 In crown (20) The Council, the People (crown him), having served as general.
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row 2 In crown The Council, (25) the People (crown him), having served as general.
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row 2 In crown The Council, the People (crown him), (30) having served as general.
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row 2 In crown The cavalry (crowns him), having served as cavalry commander.
(35) Sositheos of Athens made it.
On left side In laurel crown In the chariot race at the Great Panathenaia.
In laurel crown The (40) Eleusinians.
On the right side In laurel crown In the chariot race at the Delia.
In laurel crown In the chariot race at the Hermaia.[2]