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Priestly edict from Attica (Eupyridai?)

IG II2 1362 Date: Ca. 350-300 BC
 
Gods.[1] The priest of Apollo Erithaseos[2] announces and forbids on behalf of himself and the demesmen and the Athenian People, (5) that in the sanctuary (hieron) of Apollo there be any cutting or carrying out of the sanctuary of wood (xula) or branches-with-leaves (kouron) or firewood (phrugana) or fallen leaves (phullobola); and if anyone is caught cutting or taking any of the forbidden items from the sanctuary (hierou), if the person caught is a slave, he will be flogged (10) with fifty lashes of the whip and the priest will hand him over, with the name of his master, to the king (basilei)[3] and the Council in accordance with the decree of the Athenian Council and People;[4] and if he is a free man, the priest, (15) together with the demarch, will fine him fifty drachmas and will hand over his name to the king (basilei)[3] and the Council in accordance with the decree of the Athenian Council and People.[4]