Decree of [deme Eleusis?] and soldiers stationed at Eleusis honouring a generalI Eleusis 180 Date: 279(?)-266 BC
. . . [and? the Athenians] stationed at [Eleusis decided]. . . . [proposed]: since Aristo- . . . [continues to be well-disposed] towards the People and . . . [previously] staying with king [Ptolemy?], made (5) [himself useful, always saying and doing] what was in the interests of the Athenian People . . . to despatch money to the . . . . . . for the preservation of the city and to the envoys (?) [sent by the People] to the king and . . . met the needs of those arriving (10) . . . [and now having been elected] by the People general in charge of the [countryside around Eleusis] . . . and fortified . . . . . . the . . . . . . son of Hermaiskos . . . . . .