Funerary dedications from the Persian WarsAIO 1410 Date: 480-470 BC
II Then, theirs was a [heart stronger than] adamant, when they set their spear before the gates [against the] . . . by the sea, to burn . . . the town, when by force the Persians were turned back . . . 
Stone B . . . both on foot and . . . . . . on the island . . . having thrown . . . 
Stone C For a wall in front of . . . of Pallas . . . but they occupy the most fertile cape of the calf-nourishing mainland, to whom all-flourishing happiness comes.