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Honours for the commissioners for refurbishment of the Tholos

IG II3 1 1300 Date: 181/0 BC
 
Inventory
col. 1
. . . , 62 . . . , 63 . . . , 64 [and?] that which we replaced (apokatestēsamen) (5) from the allowance (opsōniou) of the tholos, 50 all the little cups (kotulidia), 6 of tripods, 50 and the following from the things sent by queen Laodike[1]
col. 2
(10) . . . . . . 4 . . . bowl[s] of . . . (15) of the king . . . and these . . . drinking-cups (potēria) . . .
[col. 3 ?] not preserved
Decree In the archonship of Hippias (181/0), in the eighth prytany, of PandionisIII, for which Theodosios son of Xenophantos of LamptraiI was secretary. On the twenty-fifth (hektei met’ eikadas) of Gamelion, the eighth of the prytany. [Decrees of the Council]. Of the presiding (20) committee Paralos son of Harpalos of Sypalettos was putting to the vote, and his fellow presiding committee members. [The Council decided]. Lakrates son of Mentor of Perithoidai proposed: since those elected . . . to be in charge of the replacement (antikatastasin) of the coverings (strōmatōn) in the "Sunshade" (Skiadi)[2] have managed . . . well and rightly (dikaiōs) and have carried out the replacement (antikatastasin) . . . in all these matters taking upon themselves the resultant . . . (25) and they have also deposited their accounts in the Metroon in accordance with the laws . . . the Council, and to crown . . . those who are elected from it for the . . . , for good fortune, the Council shall decide to praise . . . -mos son of Krates of Phrearrhioi, Simalos son of Simos of Myrrhinoutta . . . for their righteousness (dikaiosunēs) and for their nobility (kalokagathias) towards the Council; and the prytany secretary (30) shall inscribe this decree on the stele, where the . . . those who are specified [shall -] the expense accrued, in order that . . . and inscribe on the stele also all the . . . the price of the coverings and hand it over to the . . . having stood it by the "Sunshade" (Skiada) and having inscribed it.