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Honours for an archon

IG II3 1 1298 Date: 182/1 BC?
In the archonship of [Timesianax? (182/1)], in the - prytany, of -, for which Phi[lo- son of Aristomachos of Probalinthos?] was secretary. Decrees of the People. On the twenty-first (dekatei [husterai]) [of Elaphebolion], the - of the prytany. Assembly in the theatre of Dionysos (en Dionusou).[1] Of the presiding committee - son of - of - was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. (5) The People decided. - son of - of - proposed: concerning what the archon reports about the sacrifices which he made . . . [to Dionysos] and to the other gods for whom it is customary, for good fortune, the People shall decide to welcome the results of the sacrifices which he made for the health and preservation of the People of the (10) Athenians [and the children and the women and of everyone else who is] friendly and well disposed [to the People of the Athenians; and since the archon has made all the other] sacrifices to the gods [for which he is responsible on behalf of the People well and piously and has also taken care] of the . . .