Honorific decree of deme Eleusis

I Eleusis 68 Date: Mid-iv BC (?)
. . . [the demarch?] . . . [at the Dionysia] in Eleusis [at the] [tragedies that the deme] [Eleusis crowns] . . . (5) . . . [for his excellence and] [love of honour towards the deme] [Eleusis, and] he shall have [a seat of honour and] freedom from taxation in [the deme] Eleusis for himself (10) [and his descendants]; and [the demarch] shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it at the sanctuary of Demeter.[1]