Decree of the Eumolpidai honouring Neoptolemos of MeliteI Eleusis 93 Date: ca. 345-320 BC
Gods. Hirophanes proposed: since [Neopto]lemos son of A[ntikles of Melite] manages the rites well and (5) with love of honour (philotimōs) and piously and adorned (ekosmēsen) beautifully the sanctuary of Plouton, to praise him and crown him with a myrtle crown for his piety and love of honour (philotimias), (10) and to allot him a portion (merida) from the Greater Mysteries and those in Agrai as large as that for each of the Eumolpidai, since he is devoted (spoudaios) to the sanctuary and the genos of the (15) Eumolpidai; and to inscribe the decree on a stone stele . . . . . .