Law (?) about dedications by liturgists followed by list of dedicants

IG II3 1 550 Date: 333/2 or 332/1? BC
 
. . . it shall be permitted for the [liturgists?] to write . . . . . . and 1 drachma per man; and for the . . . that the People may decide.[1]
(5) The following were liturgists in the [archonship] of - . . .
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Eutaxia.[2] ErechtheisI: Kephisodoros son of Meidias of Anagyrous: 50 drachmas Archebios son of Archebiades of Lamptrai: 50 drachmas (10) AigeisII: Theopompos son of Pyrrhinos of Gargettos: 50 drachmas Nikokles of Kydantidai: 50 drachmas PandionisIII: Diophantos son of Diopeithes of Myrrhinous: 50 drachmas (15) Pamphilos son of Chairephilos of Paiania: 50 drachmas LeontisIV: Leukios son of Theokles of Sounion: 50 drachmas Python son of Pythokles of Sounion: 50 drachmas AkamantisV: (20) Androkles son of Xeinis of Sphettos: 50 drachmas Epiteles of Thorikos: 50 drachmas OineisVI: Smikros of Acharnai: 50 drachmas Menippos son of Demokrates of Acharnai: 50 drachmas (25) KekropisVII: Charidemos son of Aischylos of Athmonon: 50 drachmas Chares son of [Adeistos?] of Aixone: 49 drachmas HippothontisVIII: Chairedemos of Oion: 50 drachmas (30) AiantisIX: Theomnestos of Rhamnous: 51 drachmas -mosthenes of Rhamnous: 50 drachmas AntiochisX: . . .
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The- (35) D- Nik- . . . [Le]on[tisIV. Sounians?]: Heg- (40) Pyth- . . . . . . Xe-? Hipp- (45) . . . . . . [Hekaleis or Skambonidai]: ? Ly-? . . . (50) Sy- (?) Ph- Ph- Koloneis: Pha[in-] (55) Kle- Leukonoeis: Pith- Nik- . . . (60) Paionidai: . . .