Accounts of the Amphiktyons of Delos, 377/6-374/3 BC

AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 3 Date: 377/6-374/3 BC
 
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Prescript of accounts for 377/6-Thargelion 375/4 Gods.[1] These are the acts of the Athenian Amphiktyons[2] from the archonship of Kalleas (377/6) until the month of Thargelion in the archonship of Hippodamas (375/4) at Athens, and in Delos from the archonship of Epigenes until the month of Thargelion (5) in the archonship of Hippias, for the time that each of them were in office, their secretary being Diodoros son of Olympiodoros of Skambonidai: Idiotes son of Theogenes of AcharnaiVI from the archonship of Charisandros (376/5) until the month of Hekatombaion in the archonship of Hippodamas (375/4), Sosigenes son of Sosiades of XypeteVII for the year of Kalleas’ archonship (377/6), Epigenes son of Metagenes of (10) KoileVIII, Antimachos son of Euthynomos of MarathonIX, Epikrates son of Menestratos of PalleneX.
Receipts of interest from cities[4] (11) Of the cities these paid interest: Mykonos 1,260 dr(achmas), Syros 2,300 dr., Tenos 1 tal(ent), Keos 5,472 dr. 4½ ob(ols), Seriphos 1,600 dr., Siphnos 3,190 dr. 4 ob., Ios 800 dr., Paros 2970 dr., the Oinaians from Ikaros 4000 dr., the Thermaians from Ikaros 400 dr.: total interest received from the cities, (15) 4 tal. 3,993 dr. 2½ ob.
Receipts of interest from individuals[4] (15) Of individuals these paid interest: Ariston of Delos on behalf of Apollodoros of Delos 900 dr., Artysileos of Delos on behalf of Glauketes of Delos 700 dr., Hypsokles of Delos 300 dr., Agasikles of Delos on behalf of Theokydes of Delos 630 dr., Theognetos of Delos on behalf of Hypsokles of Delos 312 dr. 3 ob., Antipatros of Delos on behalf of Hypsokles of Delos 287 dr. 3 ob., (20) Poly-s of Tenos on behalf of M-menes of Tenos 400 dr., Leukinos of Delos on behalf of Kleitarchos of Delos 935 dr., Leophon of Delos on behalf of Pistoxenos of Delos 350 dr., Patrokles of Delos on behalf of Hypsokles of Delos 300 dr., Aristeides of Tenos on behalf of Oinades of Tenos 250 dr.: total interest from individuals, 5,325 dr.
Court receipts[4] Confiscated following denunciation from the property of Episthenes of Delos (25) 380 dr.; confiscated following denunciation from Python of Delos 1,100 dr.; from distraints arising from adverse outcomes of legal cases, total value 1,845 dr.
Rents[4] Rents of sacred properties on Rheneia in the archonships at Athens of Charisandros (376/5) and Hippodamas (375/4), and on Delos of Galaios and Hippias 2 tal. 1,220 dr. Rents of sacred properties on Delos in the same archonships 2,484 dr. Rents of houses (30) in the archonship of Hippodamas (375/4) at Athens, and in Delos of Hippias 297 dr.
Total receipts: 8 tal. 4,644 dr. 2½ ob.
Expenditure[4] From this the following was spent: a crown for the god as mark of excellence, including pay for the maker, 1,500 dr.; tripods as prizes for the choral competitions, including pay for the maker, > 1,000 dr.; for the leaders of the sacred embassy 1 tal.; for the conveyance of the sacred delegates and the (35) choirs, to Antimachos son of Philon of Hermos the trierarch 1 tal. 1,000 dr.; number of cattle bought for the festival 109, price of these 1 tal. 2,419 dr.; gold- leaf and pay for the goldsmith 126 dr.; for the preliminary sacrifices at the festival -; conveyance of the tripods and cattle and 2% tax and fodder for the cattle and the price of the wood for the [altars and ? -] price of . . . (40) . . . exchange (?) . . .
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6 lines traces (47) . . . and . . . for the . . . . . . the cake (pelanos) [and the?] choral dances . . . . . . for the Amphiktyons for their requirements and for the secretary [and under-secretary] (50) > 30 dr.
(50) Total expenditure: > 6 tal.
Loans[4] (50) We made loans on the same terms as others had borrowed the sacred funds of Apollo Delios: to - of -os 500 dr., to Pasikles son of Deikrates of Tenos -, to - of -os 37 dr., to Phoinikles son of Leoprepes of - -, to - (55) of Delos 25 dr.
(55) Total expenditure including loans: 7 tal. 665 dr. 2 ob. Surplus, 1 tal. 3,979 dr. ½ ob.
Prescript of accounts for Skirophorion 375/4 to 374/3 (57) These are the acts of the Amphiktyons from the month of Skirophorion in the archonship of Hippodamas (375/4) until the archonship of Sokratides (374/3) at Athens, and in Delos from the month of Pamenos until the archonship of Pyrraithos, their secretary being (60) Diodoros son of Olympiodoros of Skambonidai, the Athenians were - son of -des of OeVI, Nikomenes son of Hieron of HalaiVII, Epigenes son of Metagenes of KoileVIII, Antimachos son of Euthynomos of MarathonIX, Epikrates son of Menestratos of PalleneX, the Andrians[3] were Damales son of Damales, - son of -, - son of Leogorides, Theoteles son of Androkritos, Ne[stor son of Aelptos].
Rents (and court receipts?)[4] (64) [These are the receipts.] (65) Rents of sacred properties on Rheneia > 1 tal. 350 dr., rents of sacred properties on Delos 1,522 dr., rents of houses 297 dr., [from distraints or taxes ? ...]
Total receipts: 1 tal. 3,012 dr.
Expenditure[4] (67) From this the following was spent: for monthly [sacrifices] and musical and gymnastic contests . . . and for a trumpeter and a herald and [his assistant] . . . (70) for the - 1,672 dr. 5½ ob., for building the wall . . . and for repair of the headquarters and the [house of the?] A[ndrians? . . . , for] dedication of the crown and for the headdresses (?) [price, for supporting speakers] sent by the Council (to the allied cities?) to plead in court cases > 105 dr. . . . for - 550 dr. For the Athenian Amphiktyons for their requirements and for the secretary (75) and under-secretary 2,658 dr. For the Andrian Amphiktyons for their requirements 2,100 dr.
(76) Total expenditure: 1 tal. 1129 dr. 5½ ob. Surplus, 1,882 dr. ½ ob. Total surplus including that from the previous account 1 tal. 5,861 dr. 1 ob.
Loans etc.[4] From this we made loans to these Delians on the same terms as others had borrowed the sacred funds of Apollo (80) Delios: 3,000 dr. The borrowers owe this . . . . . . son of Apollodoros, Koibon son of Telemnestos, Arist- . . . . . . son of -okleides, Artysileos son of Nikarchos . . . . . . Eutychides (?) son of Dionysodoros . . . . . . son of -ostratos, Pa- . . . (85) . . . Pistotimos . . . . . . Euthykrates (?) . . . . . . another loan (?) 1 tal. They owe this . . . . . . son of -ios, Demokles (?) . . . . . . Demophanes son of De- . . . (90) . . . son of -des, Ariston son of A- . . . . . . Tynnon son of The- . . . . . . son of -tos, Patrokles (?) . . . . . . Timonax . . . . . . To the Seriphians [we loaned] . . . (95) . . . 300 dr. We handed over . . . . . . to the Andrian Amphiktyons Damales and [his fellow officials ?] . . . . . . to the religious official Pyth- . . . . . . to - 800 dr.
(98) Total expenditure [including the money] [which we lent and] handed over: > 3 tal. [ . . . Surplus] (100) . . .
Rents[4] . . . rents of [the following?] sacred properties, [in the archonship] [of Charisandros (376/5) at Athens, and in] Delos of Galaios . . . . . . 5 dr.; guarantor Nik- . . . . . . in the archonship of Hippodamas (375/4) at Athens, [and on Delos of Hippias] (105) . . . son of -simbrotos of Delos. . . . [guarantor] . . . of Delos. Of the estate (?) . . . . . . 250 dr., guarantor . . . . . . [which was the property?] of Episthenes; Go- . . . . . . guarantor Nike- . . . (110) . . . [in the archonship of Sokratides (374/3)] at Athens, [and in Delos of Pyrraithos . . . ] . . .
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Arrears The following cities failed to pay the interest which they ought to have paid in our period of office and did not pay during the four years: Keos 4,127 dr. 1½ ob., Mykonos 420 dr., Syros 4,900 dr., Siphnos 2,089 dr. 2 ob., Tenos 2,400 dr., Thermaians (5) from Ikaros 400 dr., Paros 4 tal. 1,830 dr., Oinaians from Ikaros 1 tal. 80 dr. The following cities did not pay the interest in the four years of our period of office in the archonships at Athens of Kalleas (377/6), Charisandros (376/5), Hippodamas (375/4), Sokratides (374/3), and on Delos of Epigenes, Galaios, Hippias, Pyrraithos: Naxos 1 tal. 3,060 dr., (10) Andros 2 tal., Karystos 1 tal. 2,400 dr. erasure The following individuals did not pay the interest in the four years of our period of office in the archonships at Athens of Kalleas (377/6), Charisandros (376/5), Hippodamas (375/4), Sokratides (374/3), and on Delos of Epigenes, Galaios, Hippias, Pyrraithos: Agatharchos son of Ariston of Delos 400 dr., (15) Agakles son of Hypsokles of Tenos > 200 dr., Euphrainetos son of Euphantos of Delos 150 dr., Alkmeonides son of Thrasydaios of Athens 60 dr., Glaukippos son of Kleitarchos of Delos 400 dr., D-on (?) of Karystos 200 dr., Skyllias of Andros 200 dr., Hypsokles son of Theognetos of Delos 400 dr., Prianeus son of Syros from Galessa 48 dr. (?) [Hera?]kleides son of Thrasynnades (20) of Delos 52 dr., Habron son of Thrason of Sphettos 280 dr., Laches son of Laches of Steiria > 700 dr., Maisiades son of Nymphodoros of Delos 140 dr. Thrason son of Habron of Sphettos -, Aristeides son of Deinomenes of Tenos on behalf of Oinades son of Kleo- of Tenos 220 dr.
Fines The following fines were payable for impiety in the archonship of Charisandros (376/5) (25) at Athens, and on Delos of Galaios, the prescribed penalty and perpetual exile, because they led the Amphiktyons from the sanctuary of Apollo Delios and beat them: Epigenes son of Polykrates 10,000 dr., Pyrraithos son of Antigonos 10,000 dr., Patrokles son of Episthenes 10,000 dr. erasure Aristophon son of Leukippos 10,000 dr., Antiphon son of Tynnon (30) 10,000 dr., Odoiteles son of Antigonos 10,000 dr., Telephanes son of Polyarkes 10,000 dr.[5]
Buildings Houses on Delos sacred to Apollo Delios: house in Kolonos, which belonged to Euphantos, the neighbour of which is Alexos; the potteries, which belonged to Euphantos, the neighbour of which is the baths of Ariston; at Pedion, a house, which belonged to Leukippos, the neighbour of which is Agesileos; (35) a house, which belonged to Episthenes, the neighbour of which is the road; the bronze foundry, which belonged to Leukippos, the neighbour of which . . . buildings of -; house . . . house, which belonged to Episthenes, [the neigbour of which . . . which (pl.) belonged] to Leukippos, the neighbour of which . . . the neighbour of which is the buildings (40) . . . the potteries, which belonged to Euphantos, . . .
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. . . . . . . . . upper room . . . (45) . . . and fuller’s shop . . . . . . and building . . . . . . which belonged to Episthenes . . . . . . the neighbour of which was Dei- . . . [the neighbour of which was -]doros; house which belonged . . . (50) . . . which belonged to Leukippos . . . . . . neighbour [of which] was Kaibon . . . . . .