Honours for the Games-masters (athlothetai)IG II3 1 1022 Date: 239/8 BC
In the archonship of Athenodoros (239/8), in the twelfth prytany, of AntigonisI, for which Arketos son of Archias of HamaxanteiaX was secretary. On the ninth of Skirophorion, the ninth of the prytany. Principal Assembly. Of the presiding committee Demetrios son of (5) Kleophon of Hagnous was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and People decided. Kallias son of Thrasippos of Gargettos proposed: since the Games-masters (athlothetai) managed [the preparation] of the Panathenaia, with Agathaios of Prospalta [seeing to the success (suntelountos)] of the musical and [the gymnastic] and the horse-racing competitions, (10) and everything else that fell to them they did justly and according to the laws; [and they sacrificed on behalf of the Council] and the Athenian People to Apollo Prostaterios and . . . . . .