Accounts of payments for expeditions to Corcyra

IG I3 364 Date: 433/2 BC
 
The Athenians spent the following on Corcyra.[1] In the archonship of Apseudes (433/2) and the Council for which Kritiades son of Phaeinos of Teithras was first secretary, the treasurers of the sacred funds (chrematon) of Athena, (5) - of Kerameis and his fellow officials, to whom Krates son of Naupon of Lamptrai was secretary, handed over to the [first] generals sailing out to or generals sailing out [to help] Corcyra, Lakedaimonios of Lakiadai, Proteas of Aixone, Diotimos of Euonymon,[2] (10) in the first prytany, of [AiantisIX], (when) thirteen days (of the prytany) had elapsed, [2?]6 talents.
In the archonship of Apseudes (433/2) and the Council for which Kritiades son of Phaeinos of Teithras was first (15) secretary, the treasurers of the sacred funds of Athena, Pronapes of Erchia and his fellow officials, to whom Euthias son of Aischron of Anaphlystos was secretary,[3] handed over to the [second] generals sailing out or generals sailing out [later] to Corcyra, Glaukon (20) [of Kerameis, Metagenes?] of Koile, Drakontides [of Thorai],[4] in the [first] prytany, of AiantisIX, on the last day of the prytany, [50?] talents.