Honours for the prytany of PandionisIG II3 1 1155 Date: 219/8 BC
Decree 1 In the archonship of Menekrates (219/8), in the sixth prytany, of OineisIX, for which Philodromos son of Sotades of SounionVI was secretary. On the fifth of Posideon, the fourth of the prytany. Decrees of the Council. (5) Chares son of Eucharistos of Aphidna proposed: concerning what the prytany of PandionisVI reports about the sacrifices which they made before the Assemblies to Apollo Prostaterios and Artemis Boulaia, and to the other gods to whom it is traditional, (10) and managed the convening of the Council and the Assembly, and everything else which the laws and decrees of the People prescribe for them, for good fortune, the People shall decide, to praise the prytany of PandionisVI and crown it with a gold crown (15) according to the law for its piety towards the gods and its love of honour towards the Athenian Council and People; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the prytanikon; and for inscribing (20) the stele the administrator (ton epi tei dioikēsei) shall allocate the expenditure accrued.
The Council (crowns) the treasurer (25) Diophanes of Prasiai
The Council the People (crown) the (30) prytany
The Council (crowns) the secretary Heliodoros (35) son of Dionysios of Paiania
Decree 2 In the archonship of Menekrates (219/8), in the fifth prytany, of PandionisVI, for which Philodromos son of Sotades of SounionVI (40) was secretary. On the sixteenth of Maimakterion, the sixteenth of the prytany. Principal Assembly. Decree of the People. Chares son of Eucharistos of Aphidna proposed: since the prytany of Pandionis reports to the Council that the treasurer, whom they chose from among themselves, Diophanes of Prasiai, made the proper (45) sacrifices on behalf of the Council and the People and the children and the women, and managed everything else well and with love of honour, for good fortune, the Council shall decide, to praise the treasurer, Diophanes son of Diokles of Prasiai, and the secretary, Demodoros of Paiania, and the priest of the (50) eponymous, Euxenos of Oa, and the treasurer of the Council, Athenokles of Halai, and the herald of the Council, Eukles of Trinemeia, and the secretary of the Council and the People, Ktesikles son of Kephisophon of Phaleron, and the undersecretary, Onesimos son of Hegesias of Prasiai, and the pipe-player, Dexilaos of Halai; (55) and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in of the prytanikon; and the administrator (ton epi tei dioikēsei) shall allocate for inscribing the stele the expenditure accrued.
PandionisV (60) Paiania Diogenes Timanax Heliodoros Promathion (65) Demetrios Aristonymos Philokrates Nikostratos Polynikos (70) Parmenion Moschion Apollodoros Poseidippos Aristodoros (75) Epichares Theodoros Antimenes
Nikoxenos Lakon (80) Euages (?) Apollodotos Lysandros Prasiai Diophanes (85) Hekataios Agathokles Myrrhinous Thoukritos Lysistratos (90) Leodamas Zmikythos Ameiniades Menestratos Agasistratos (95) Theodoros Oa
Hermaios Kallimachos Aristodemos (100) Meidon Angele Epizelos Thoas Diokles (105) Rhodon Probalinthos Euphiletos Zopyros Ariston (110) Agathokles Leon Steiria Apollodoros Nikias (115) Kalliades Sokrates
The Council (crowns) the treasurer of the (120) Council Athenokles of Halai
The Council (crowns) the priest (125) of the eponymous Euxenos of Oa
The Council (crowns) the secretary (130) of the People Ktesikles of Kephisia
The Council (crowns) (135) the undersecretary Onesimos of Prasiai
(140) The Council (crowns) the herald Eukles of Trinemeia
(145) The Council (crowns) the pipe-player Dexilaos of Halai.