Honours for a sacred remembrancer (hieromnemon)

IG II3 1 1288 Date: 185/4 BC
 
Gods. In the archonship of Eupolemos (185/4), in the - prytany, of -, for which Stratonikos son of Stratonikos of HamaxanteiaIX was secretary . . . . (5) . . . Council in the Council chamber. Of the presiding committee . . . was putting to the vote, and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and the People decided. Philemon son of Phil- of - proposed: since because of the . . . (10) having been . . . -stratos of Phlya having obtained by lot the office of [sacred remembrancer (?) (hieromnēmonos)] for the year of the archonship of Zopyros (186/5) and, having been sent off, made the journey to Delphi with the men whom the People had appointed for the Amphictyony, Echedemos and (15) Menedemos and Al- and, with them and the other Amphictyons, made the sacrifices to Apollo and the other gods, to whom it was traditional, and jointly managed the competition at the Pythia and the sojourn (diameinai) of the Council of autonomous peoples and (20) democratic cities, and having also made the journey for the late-autumn meeting at Thermopylai (methopōrinēn pulaian), performed sacrifice to [Demeter?] . . . the Amphictyonic[1] . . . and the journeys . . . seemliness (euschēmosunēs) (25) . . . the People and . . . him and . . . [2] . . . . . .