A short inscription that could be in Mysian and which dates from between the 5th and 3rd centuries BC was found in Üyücek village in the Tavşanlı district of Kütahya province, and seems to include Indo-European words. However, it is uncertain whether the inscription renders a text in the Mysian language or if it is simply a Phrygian dialect from the region of Mysia.
ΛΙΚΕϹ : ΒΡΑΤΕΡΑΙϹ : ΠΑΤΡΙΖΙ : ΙϹΚ
likes : braterais : patrizi : isk
The words "braterais patrizi isk" have been proposed to mean something like "for brothers and fathers", while Likes is most probably a personal name.