Decree about permanent dining rights (sitesis) in the city hall (prytaneion)IG I3 131 Date: 429-424 BC?
. . . was secretary. [The Council and the People decided]; ErechtheisI was [in prytany]; [- was secretary]; -thippos was chairman; -ikles [proposed: let there be permanent dining rights (sitesin)] in the city hall (prutaneioi) first of all for the (5) [Anakes ? . . . ] in accordance with ancestral tradition (patria); then for the descendants of Harm[odios and Aristogei]ton, whoever is nearest in kin (eggutata genos), [the oldest at any time?] let there [also] be permanent dining rights for them, and if . . . from the Athenians, in accordance with [tradition (legomena)]; . . . whom Apollo has chosen expounding (10) . . . permanent dining rights, and in the future those whom he may [choose, also] for them [let there be permanent dining rights], on the same basis; and those who [have been victorious at the Olympic Games] or the Pythian Games or the Isthmian Games or the Nemean [Games or will be victorious in future, for] them let there be permanent dining rights in the city hall and [the other grants?] beside the permanent dining rights, in accordance with [what is written on (15) the stele in] the city hall; and those who have been victorious [with a horse-drawn chariot or with] a riding horse at the Olympic Games [or the Pythian Games or the Isthmian Games or the Nemean Games or] will be victorious in future, also [for them let there be permanent dining rights in accordance with] what is written on the stele . . . . . . concerning the military (peri to strat-) . . . (20) . . . . . .