Decree of cavalry honouring treasurers of Athena

IG II2 1264 Date: 300/299 BC
[Ant]iphon son of Antisthenes of Teithras proposed: since the treasurers of the goddess in the archonship of Hegemachos (300/299) have taken care (5) [on behalf of?] the cavalry commanders (hipparchōn), so that the cavalry (hippeis) obtained from the People the grain (siton) that was owed to them and in all other respects continued acting in the (10) interests of the cavalry with love of honour (philotimōs), for good fortune, the cavalry shall decide, to praise the treasurers of the goddess of the archonship of Hegemachos (300/299) and (15) crown them with a gold crown for the excellence (aretēs) and love of honour (philotimias) which they continue to show to the cavalry and the Athenian People; (20) and to write up this decree and the crown and the names of the treasurers on a stone stele and stand it on the acropolis; and the cost of the stele (25) and the inscribing that may accrue shall be paid by the cavalry commanders.[1]
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