Payments from the treasury of Athena, 418/7–415/4 BC

IG I3 370 Date: 418/7-415/4 BC
 
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418/7 BC [The Athenians expended in the archonship of Antiphon (418/7) and under the Council for which . . . was first secretary]. We, the treasurers [of the sacred monies of Athena, Pythodoros of Halai and his colleagues, for whom Phormion son of Aristion of] Kydathenaion [was secretary, handed over to the Greek treasurers (hellenotamiais) Ergokles son of Aristeides of Besa and] his colleagues, and to their deputies (paredrois), (5) H[ierokles son of Archestratos of Athmonon and his colleagues, in the prytany of -, the first] prytany, and on the -second day . . . to the . . . under Demosthenes’ command. [The People decided in accordance with the decree of - that] the Greek treasurers and [their deputies should pay back the money handed over, to the treasurers] of the goddess, Pyth[odoros of Halai and his colleagues, and that the] treasurers of the goddess should hand it over again [to the Greek treasurers] and their deputies, [and that they should give it to the generals for] the region of Thrace, Euthydemos son of Eudemos (10) . . . In the prytany of -, the second prytany, we handed over to the Greek treasurers, Ergokles son of Aristeides of Besa, - son of - of Aixone and his colleagues and to their deputies, Hierokles son of Archestratos of Athmonon and his colleagues, on the - of the prytany, in Kyzikene gold, 4,000 staters . . . the silver from this was 2 ob. This gold we handed over to (15) [the trierarchs for] Argos under Demosthenes’ command, [the People having voted] the immunity (adeian).[2] In the prytany of -, the - prytany, on the [twenty-eighth day?] of the prytany, we handed over to the generals, - of -, Autokles of Anaphlystos, . . . In the prytany of [PandionisIII, the ninth?] prytany, on the [thirteenth day of the?] prytany, we handed over from the money which came from Samos[3] [to the city?] to the Greek treasurers, Ergokles son of Aristeides of Besa and his colleagues and to the (20) deputies of the Greek treasurers, Hierokles son of Archestratos of Athmonon and his colleagues and to the generals Nikias son of Nikeratos of Kydantidai, Kallistratos son of Empedos of Oe, K- . . . [4] Total payment in the period of office 16 tal. 1,800 dr..
Inscribed on the side of the stele on fr. g (ll. 18-23)[5] . . . . . . in the - prytany, of [Erechth]eis or [Aig]eis or [Oin]eisI, II or VI, on the thirty-sixth (5) of the prytany [ . . . ?]
417/6 BC The Athenians expended in the archonship of [Euphemos (417/6)] and under the Council for which - was first secretary. We the treasurers (25) of the sacred monies of Athena, [Anaxikrates of Lamptrai and his colleagues, for whom] Euxenos son of Euphanes of Prospalta was secretary, handed over . . . [to the generals] in the region of Thrace and Rhinon son of Charikles of Paiania, in the prytany of -, the - prytany, and on the twenty-second day of the prytany, the People having voted the immunity[2] . . . In the prytany of AiantisIX, [the - prytany, we handed over to the generals for Melos[6]] Teisias son of Teisimachos of Kephale, (30) Kleomedes son of Lykomedes of Phlya, on the - of the prytany, the People having voted the immunity,[2] 10 tal. In the prytany of AntiochisX, the - prytany, we handed over [to the Greek treasurers], - of Auridai, Timarchos of Pallene, and to the generals [for Melos,[6] Teisias son of Teisimachos of Kephale, Kleomedes son of Lykomedes] of Phlya, on the thirteenth of the prytany, [the People having voted the immunity],[2] . . . Total payment in the period of (35) office . . .
416/5 BC [The Athenians expended in the archonship of Arimnestos (416/5)] and under the Council for which Ar- was first secretary. We the treasurers of the sacred monies of Athena, [Dexitheos of Phlya or Thria and his colleagues, for whom Lysikles] son of Drakontides of Bate (38) was secretary . . . of Pallene . . . Uncertain number of lines missing (46) 20 dr.. in the prytany of KekropisVII . . . . . . In the prytany of KekropisVII . . . day of the prytany, to the generals (50) [Alkibiades son of Kleinias of Skambonidai, Lamachos son of Xenophanes of Oe, Nikias] son of Nikeratos of Kydantidai and to the deputies . . . 3 dr. 1 ob.. [In the . . . day], to the generals for Sicily, Alkibiades, Lamachos, [Nikias, and . . . ] Antimachos of Hermos 30 tal.. [In the . . . day], to the generals for Sicily, Alkibiades, Lamachos, (55) [Nikias, and . . . ] Antimachos of Hermos 14 tal. 1,400 dr. but ≤ 14 tal. 2,300 dr.. [In the . . . day], to the generals for Sicily, Alkibiades, Lamachos, [Nikias, and . . . ] Antimachos of Hermos, in Kyzikene gold . . . staters . . . 3 dr. 3½ ob..[7] Total payment in the period of (60) office . . . 16 dr. 4 ob.
415/4 BC [The Athenians expended in the archonship of Charias (415/4) and under the Council for which] -ides was first secretary. The treasurers of the sacred monies [of Athena Leochares of Alopeke and his colleagues, for whom Telea]s son of Telenikos of Pergase was secretary, handed over to the generals Telephonos [of - and his colleagues and to the Greek treasurers and] their deputy, Pherekleides of Piraeus, the People having voted the immunity,[2] in the prytany of AiantisIX, the third prytany, on the - day of the prytany, 11 tal. 3,787 dr. 4½ ob., and in Kyzikene (65) gold, 248 staters: the value of these is . . . We lent to the Greek treasurers and their deputies . . . Aristokrates of Euonymon and his colleagues 9 tal.; and these gave it to the Games-masters (athlothetais) for the Panathenaia, Amemptos . . . and his colleagues, in the prytany of ErechtheisI, the second prytany, on the twentieth day of the prytany. In the prytany of KekropisVII, the fourth prytany, on the sixth day of the prytany, to the Greek treasurers and their deputies, Aristokrates (70) of Euonymon and his colleagues for the soldiers in [Melos] 20 dr.[6] In the prytany of AntiochisX, the eighth prytany, on the tenth day of the prytany, to the Greek treasurers and their deputies, Aristokrates of Euonymon and his colleagues for the soldiers in M[elos] 60 dr.[6] In the prytany of AntiochisX, the eighth prytany, on the third day of the prytany, to the Greek treasurers and their deputies, Aristokrates of Euonymon and his colleagues 300 tal.; and these gave it to the force (stratiai) [in Sicily].[7] (75) In the prytany of AntiochisX, the eighth prytany, on the twentieth day of the prytany, to the Greek treasurers and their deputies, Aristokrates of Euonymon and his colleagues for the ships to [deliver?] the money to Sicily, 4 tal. 2,000 dr..[7] In the prytany of AntiochisX, the eighth prytany, on the second day of the prytany, to the Greek treasurers and their deputy, Philomelos of Marathon and the general in the Thermaic Gulf . . . and on the same day to the Greek treasurer(s) and their deputy, Philomelos of Marathon, and the general in Eph- or Heph- (80) Total payment in the period of office 353 tal..