Decree about priestess and temple of Athena Nike

Blok, Athena Nike, 1 Date: c. 450 or c. 438 BC?
 
. . . [1] . . . -kos proposed: [to install] a priestess for Athena Nike to be [allotted] from all Athenian [women],[2] (5) and that the sanctuary (hieron) be provided with gates in whatever way Kallikrates may specify; and the official sellers (poletas) are to place the contract within the prytany of Leontis; the priestess is to receive fifty drachmas and (10) to receive the backlegs and hides of the public sacrifices (demosion); and that a temple (neon) be built in whatever way Kallikrates may specify and a stone altar.[3] Hestiaios proposed: that three men be selected (15) from the Council; and they shall make the specifications with Kallikrates and . . . . . . in accordance with [the contracts] . . .