Assembly decree regarding a dispute on LemnosSEG 47.143a Date: ca. 30-10 BC
[In the archonship of -, in the - prytany, of -], [for which . . . was the secretary . . .] [on the -th day of the prytany]. Assembly . . . [Of the presiding committee], - son of Dorotheos of - [was putting the vote and his fellow members of the presiding committee]. (5) [The People decided]. - son of -stos of [Piraeus or Pergase or Perithoidai proposed]: . . .  . . . by the People to write . . . . . . [in Myrina] the Hoplite General . . . and the Herald of the Areopagos Council, Pl- . . . [and the Herald] of the Council and the People, Oinophilos . . .  (10) having come forward, presented a decree . . . . . . on Lemnos, unowned (adespotoi) and public (dēmosioi) (plots of land?) . . . from Myrina, who have also come forward . . . . . . to them and release (apallagē) having been granted . . . both the public property for those - in Myrina . . . (15) to the previous registrations (engraphois) . . . the name not being included . . . (any?) affair (pragma) before the agreement (suntheseōs) . . . having been in dispute or bearing liability (epibasin) . . . and fellow citizens (sumpepoliteumenous) about . . . (20) no pretext (aphormē) . . . in any way. For good fortune, the People shall decide . . . everything in the appeals (apophasesin) . . . to Lemnos for the review (exetasmos) . . . in the archonship of . . . (25) . . . to them . . .
. . . has fallen down . . . [in the year when] Herodes was general . . .  [in the year of] the archonship of - and [when - son of -] of Pallene was general . . . (30) having been given . . . in the year of the archonship of - and . . . and the decree about . . . no one having . . . of the People . . . (35) to be left in . . . . . . . . . . . . tenth (dekat-) . . . . . . just as also from . . . (40) imports (eisagōgai) owe . . . meetings (sustaseis) of them . . . both in Lemnos and in Athens . . . those in the . . . being held . . . nor any private competitions (agōnes) . . . (45) in a month, it shall not be allowed to . . . . . . to be done, nor . . . beyond the aforementioned [law?] . . . so that also the People's . . . [may be?] . . . and clear, which [it bears?] towards the . . . (50) those in Myrina shall be inspired . . . of the agreement (suntheseōs) of the indictments (enklēmatōn) . . . to inscribe this decree on a stone stele and to set it up on the Acropolis . . .  of the colony (apoikias) from the . . . . . . they mediated . . . and to praise the . . . (55) envoys: Kritias of Aphidna, Kleon of Alopeke, . . . of Phrearrhioi or Kytheros, Lampon of Lamptrai, Diogenes of Eitea, Theodoros of . . . -tos of Phegous, Telephanes of Oe, Herodoros of Acharnai . . . since they have completed the embassy, having made an agreement that is advantageous [for both Peoples], and to crown them with a foliage crown, and to invite (60) them to the common hearth of the city, and also to send . . . . . . [from the] city, Dionysios of Piraeus, so that, when these things have been accomplished, the People shall be seen to take care of matters of justice regarding their kin. The intact voting tokens (psēphōn), which were in favour of the proposed judgement coming into force (numbered) . . . . . . and 25, and the pierced tokens, which were not in favour: none.