Honours for the prytany of Antigonis

IG II3 1 1165 Date: 213/2 BC
In the archonship of Euphiletos (213/2), in the second prytany, of [[Antigonis]]I[1] for which Ariston son of Theodoros of RhamnousXII was secretary. Decrees of the People. On the second intercalary (deuterai enbolimōi) sixteenth of Metageitnion, the twenty-first of the prytany. Assembly (5) in the theatre. Of the presiding committee Parm[eniskos son of Nou?]menios of Lamptrai was putting to the vote, and his fellow presiding committee members. Sostratinos son of -nos of Melite proposed: concerning what the prytany of [[Antigonis]]I[1] reports about the sacrifices which they made before the Assemblies to Apollo Prostaterios and Artemis (10) Boulaia and the other gods to whom it is traditional, for good fortune, the 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 (15) the convening of the Council and the Assembly, and everything else which the laws and decrees of the People prescribe for them, to praise the prytany of [[Antigonis]]I[1] 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 (20) 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 the stele the board of administrators (tous epi tei dioikēsei) shall allocate the expenditure accrued.
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The Council (crowns) (25) Xenophilos of Paiania
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The Council the People (crown) the (30) prytany
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The Council (crowns) the secretary Hagnotheos . . .
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