Ephebic dedication commemorating victory "at Eleusis", 158/9 AD

IG II3 4 420 Date: 158/9 AD
In the superintendentship (kosmēteuontos) of Statius son of Serapion of Cholleidai; in the deputy-superintendentship (antikosmēteuontos) of Casianus son of Apollonios of Steiria; commander: Athenaios son of Spendon of Eleusis; for the ephebes, the (relief of) Herakles from the victory at Eleusis.[1]
(5) In the 23rd year of the trainership (paidotribountos) of Abaskantos son of Eumolpos of Kephisia.[3]