Decrees concerning the Acropolis

AIO 1692 Date: 485/4 BC ?
 
Plaque A Decree 1 . . . [1] . . . . . . but [if] anyone[3] . . . . . . [works] or guard . . . (5) . . . fifty drachmas . . . . . . the exaction process shall be conducted before the three [archons?] in the Agora, without deposits (prytaneion),[4] and of the [fines?] half shall go to the public treasury (demosion),[5] the other half . . . (10) . . . . . . the treasurers (tamias)[6] on [the acropolis (polei)] having . . . . . . and [shall condemn the slaves?] just as the free. [These things were decided by the People?] (15) in the archonship of Ph[ilokr]a[t]es (485/4).[2] uninscribed space
Decree 2 One of the treasurers[6] shall remain in the [precinct (peribolei) of the temple?] on the specified days, whenever . . . if he is able; but if not . . . [the] chairman (prutanin),[7] and shall give to the [pl.] . . . (20) bronze vessels (chalkia) and spits (obelos) except . . . indicate . . . but . . . . . . . . . knowingly . . . (25) . . . but these (things) . . . two drachmas . . . [for? to?] the public treasury (demosioi)[5] . . . . . . if he does not give . . . uninscribed space
Plaque B The treasurers[6] shall make a written record [of the bronze vessels? (chalkia)] on the acropolis, however many they use, except those . . . in the [sealed?] storerooms (oikemasi),[8] if from each . . . in the acropolis area (?). [Whenever] those who perform sacrifice (hierorgontes) [inside perform?] the rites, (5) [they shall not place] any earthen pot [to the side], nor . . . nor . . . nor the fire; but [if] anyone [does any of these things] knowingly, the treasurers[6] shall be permitted to impose a fine up to three [obols]. Those performing the rites (hierorgontas) . . . shall not ? . . . temple, and (of) the pre- . . . altar . . . (10) . . . to the - side of the temple, inside the K[ekropion nor along?] the entire Hekatompedon[9] nor shall (they) throw out the animal waste (onthon);[10] but if anyone does any of these (things) [knowingly], the treasurers[6] shall be permitted to impose a fine up to three obols. [The] priestesses (hiereas) on the acropolis and the (fem.) temple attendants (zakoros) [shall not have?] a treasury storeroom (oikema tamieion)[8] on the acropolis (15) nor shall they make fire in braziers (hipneuesthai); [but if anyone] does any of these (things), they shall be penalised at their accounting [one hundred?] drachmas, [and] the treasurers,[6] if they allow it, [shall be penalised at their accounting] one hundred drachmas. The treasurers[6] shall open the storerooms (oikemata)[8] - the Hekatompedon not [less than three times?] per month to inspect them (theasthai); on the days (20) [before] the new moon (?) [and] on the [tenth ? and] the [twentieth for more than] half (a day?) while they are present; but [whoever is] absent [though being able (to be present) shall pay a fine of] two drachmas [each]; [the chairman (prutanin)[7] shall collect the fine], but if (he does) not, [he shall himself be liable to the same penalty?] at his accounting; the chairman (prutanin)[7] shall inform the treasurers [about violations?][6] (25) of [violations?] of what is [written] on the stone (?). uninscribed space
These things which are on these two stones were decided by the People in the archonship of Ph[ilokrates (485/4)].[2]