Honours for the priestess of Aglauros

IG II3 1 1002 Date: 250/49 BC
In the archonship of Polyeuktos (250/49), in the second prytany, of ErechtheisIII, for which Chairephon son of Archestratos of KephaleVII was secretary. On the eleventh of Metageitnion, the eleventh of the (5) prytany. Principal Assembly. Of the presiding committee Kleidemos son of Phrynon of Phlya was putting the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and People decided. Demostratos son of Aristophanes of Paiania proposed: concerning the report (10) of Aristophanes son of the priestess of Aglauros[1] about the sacrifices which she made at the initiatory rituals (eisitētēriois) to Aglauros and Ares and Helios and the Horai and Apollo and the other gods for whom it is traditional, for good (15) fortune, the Council shall decide: that the presiding committee (proedrous) who are to preside at the next Assembly shall put the matter on the agenda as an item of the sacred business and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council that (20) the Council and People receive the benefits that occurred in the sacrifices for the health and preservation of the Council and the Athenian People and children and women, and on behalf of king Antigonos and queen (25) Phila and their descendants; and since the priestess of Aglauros made the introductory sacrifices (ta eisagōgeia) and the sacrifices appropriate to her, and took care of the good order (eutaxias) of the all-night revel (pannuchidi), and adorned the table, (30) to praise the priestess of Aglauros, Timokrite daughter of Polynikos of Aphidna and to crown her with a foliage crown for her piety towards the gods; and the prytany secretary (35) shall inscribe the decree on a stone stele and stand it in the sanctuary of Aglauros; and for the inscription of the stele the board of administrators (tous epi tēi dioikēsei)[2] shall allocate the expenditure accrued.
The Council (40) the People (crown) the priestess Timokrite