Honours for a prytanyIG II3 1 1066 Date: Ca. 230 BC(?)
. . . . . . [... and his fellow presiding committee members.] [The People decided.] . . . proposed: concerning what (5) the prytany of - reports about the sacrifices which they made before the Assemblies to Apollo Prostaterios and Artemis Boulaia and the other gods to whom it is traditional, and managed the convening of the Council and the People and everything else that the laws and decrees (10) of the People prescribed for them; for good fortune, the People shall decide to accept the good things that the prytany report occurred in the sacrifices that they made for the health and preservation of the Council and the Athenian People, and to praise the prytany of - and to crown (15) them with a gold crown according to the law for their piety towards the gods and love of honour (philotimias) towards the Athenian People . . .