Divine honours for Julia Domna

Follet, Décrets attiques 2 Date: 197 AD?
For good relief fortune,[1] -tes of - proposed: . . . . . . . . . of Emperors . . . . . . . . . he provides interpretation (exēgēsin):[2] (5) . . . . . . . . . their piety towards . . . . . . . . . so, [having come home] from the [embassy] to Rome . . . . . . . . . and having received [many] benefactions [and gifts through] the [Emperors'] innate philanthropy (philanthrōpias) [and foresight (?)], and since Julia Augusta (10)the [benefactor (?) and] saviour (sōteiras) of [Athens], collaborated (sunergousēs) [with us] in all matters, [it shall be decided]: in other respects that everything be done [just as] my collaborator (sunergos) in the [administration (epimelēteias)], Elpide[phoros son of Asklepi]ades of Pallene, decreed [during] my absence,[2] but that [all] (15)[the] archons each [year] shall sacrifice to Good Fortune [on the] most sacred day, on which [Julia] Augusta [was] born, . . . they grant this . . . . . . [ and shall make the] entry sacrifices (eisitēria) to the [saviour of] [Athens Julia Augusta, as] to Athena Polias,[3] [and] (20)the hoplite general shall [pray and sacrifice] [on behalf of] chariots [and armies],[4] and the archon shall [set] the [goddess] with her [on the same] base, so that [the two goddesses] may be throne-sharers (sunthronō) [and] the fourth day of Thargelion the month [of the] [Augusta (?) shall be sacred], on which day Athens granted (25)the old temple to her [as to Polias],[5] and the polemarch [shall sacrifice] to [the mother] of the camps, [on] [the] first day of the year according to the Roman calendar, and the priestess of Athena [Polias] shall begin [these] sacrifices and shall get the perquisites (gera),[6] (30)and [also to set up] a golden statue (agalma) of Julia Augusta in [the] Parthenon,[7] [and the general shall] complete [the sacred rites] for Good Fortune [and] the [archons and] all the priests [and the] genos-members (gennētas) shall participate in the procession, [and the] priestesses and the queen (basilissan), wife of the king, shall [sacrifice and] perform the entry sacrifices for their (35)priesthoods to Athena Polias, and the arrephoroi being released (from service) shall also [sacrifice] and set up a torch (daida) and [sing together] and dance for her,[8] so that, when these things have been done, their piety [towards] the saviour of [Athens] Julia Augusta shall be [manifest], and (40)the interpretation (exēgēsin) [regarding these matters] shall be inscribed on a stele and set up by the altar of the Augusti [on the] Acropolis. uninscribed space