Reaffirmed alliance with Egesta

Matthaiou, Ta en tei stelei, 57–70 Date: 418/7 BC
 
Fragment a
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athenians . . . (5) . . . Egestaians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fragment b
. . . . . . oath[s?] of the Athenians and Egestaians.[1]
Decree (Council and People) The Council and the People decided. – was the prytany. – was secretary. [– was chairman?]. [An]tiphon[2] was archon (418/7). Ar– proposed: . . . give to them . . . (5) . . . . . . . . . victims as many . . . swear the oath. So that [all?] shall swear let the generals take care . . . (10) . . . the men administering the oath so [that they shall administer the oath to the Egestaians?] . . . This decree and the oath the secretary of the Council shall inscribe on a stone stele on the acropolis: let the official sellers (poletai) make the contract; and let the payment officers (kolakretai) pay the money. Also to invite the Egestaians’ embassy to hospitality (15) in the city hall (prutaneion) at the customary time.
Decree (People) (15) Euphemos proposed: in other respects in accordance with the Council, but in future when [envoys (presbes) come from Egesta?] let the herald (keruchs) bring them forward . . . . . . Lines missing [Envoys] of the Egestaians . . . . . . son of -ikinos, Ap- . . .
Decree for Halikyai follows (IG I³ 12)