Honours for the prytany of AiantisIG II3 1 1162 Date: 214/3 BC
Gods. Decree 1 In the archonship of Diokles (214/3). Boedromion. In the fourth prytany, of AiantisXII, for which Aristophanes son of Stratokles of KeiriadaiXI was secretary. Decrees of the People. (5) On the eighteenth of Boedriomion, the twenty- third of the prytany. Principal assembly in the theatre. Of the presiding committee Pistokles son of Demon of Anakaia was putting to the vote, and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. (10) Aristion son of Aristokles of Xypete proposed; concerning what the prytany of AiantisXII 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, for good fortune, the (15) People shall decide, to accept the good things that occurred in the sacrifices which they made for the health and preservation of the Council and the People; and since the prytany made all the sacrifices which are proper during the prytany well and with love of honour, and managed the convening of the (20) Council and the Assembly and everything else which the laws and decrees of the People prescribe for them, to praise the prytany of AiantisXII and crown it with a gold crown according to the law for its piety towards the gods and its love of honour towards the Athenian Council (25) and People; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the prytanikon; and for inscribing and setting up (anathesin) the stele the administrator (ton epi tei dioikēsei) shall allocate the expenditure accrued.
The Council (crowns) (30) the treasurer Dorotheos of Marathon
(35) The People (crowns) the prytany
The Council (crowns) the (40) secretary Herodoros of Rhamnous
Decree 2 In the archonship of Diokles (214/3), in the fifth prytany, (45) of AkamantisVIII, for which Aristophanes son of Stratokles of KeiriadaiXI was secretary. Decrees of the Council. On the second of Pyanopsion, the eighth of the prytany. Council in the Council chamber. Of the presiding committee Pe-kles son of Antipatros of Lamptrai was putting to the vote, and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council decided. (50) Aristion son of Aristokles of Xypete proposed: since the prytany of AiantisXII report to the Council that the treasurer, whom they chose from among themselves, Dorotheos son of Dorion of Marathon, made the proper 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, (55) for good fortune, the Council shall decide, to praise the treasurer, Dorotheos [[son of Dorotheos]] of Marathon, and the secretary, Herodoros son of - of Rhamnous, and the treasurer of the Council, Nikomachos of Paiania, and the herald of the Council, Eukles of Trinemeia, and the secretary of the Council and the People, Nikodoros son of Nikodoros of Phrearrhioi, and the undersecretary, (60) Philokrates son of A- of Paiania, and the pipe-player, Dexilaos of Halai; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the prytanikon; and the administrator (ton epi tei dioikēsei) shall allocate for inscribing the stele the expenditure accrued.
Marathon (65) [Dorotheo]s Demophon Sosigenes Phainippos Hellen (70) Myrtilos Alexandros Demetrios Diophanes Antenor (75) Eubios
Aristonikos Nikon Phaleron Philon (80) -eon S- Nikodemos Platon Herakleitos (85) Dionysios Kallistratos
Timarchos Zoandros Epaineas (90) Dexiochos Mnaseas Oenoe Theogenes Philonides (95) Parmenon Xenneas Aristokritos
Epigenes Trikorynthos (100) Moschion Zoilos Aithon Ersias Dionysios (105) Zopyros Rhamnous Archestratos Herodoros
Sokles (110) Dionysios Alexandros Demoxenos Stratippos Onesikritos (115) Pindaros Pausanias Pytheas Antipatros
The Council (crowns) (120) Nikomachos of Paiania
The Council (crowns) Eukles (125) of Trinemeia
The Council (crowns) Nikodoros of (130) Phrearrhioi
The Council (crowns) Philokrates of Pallene
(135) The Council (crowns) Dexilaos of Halai.