Honours for ephebesIG II3 1 1322 Date: 176/5-173/2 BC?
. . . . . . continually . . . . . . and its erection (anathesin) in the Lyceum shall be a monument to their [love of toil (philoponias)] (5) and [discipline (eutaxias)]; and to inscribe their names with their father’s names and deme and of their [commander (kosmētou)] and [trainers (didaskalōn)]; and to praise also their [commander (kosmētēn)], . . . . . . , for the good-will and love of honour (philotimias) which he continually shows towards the Council and the People; and to praise also their trainers (didaskalous), their [javelin trainer (akontistēn)], Nikomachos son of Nikomachos of Aphidna, and their weapons trainer (hoplomachon), Persaios son of Symmachos of Kikynna, and their [physical trainer (paidotribēn)], (10) . . . of Phlya, and their archery trainer (toxotēn), . . . . . . , and their artillery officer (katapeltaphetēn), Pedieus son of Neandros of Kerameis, and their secretary . . . . . . of Piraeus; and to crown each of them with a foliage crown; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele, as well as the names of the ephebes by tribe, and stand it [in the Agora], (15) and the treasurer of the military fund shall allocate the expenditure accrued for the stele and its [erection (anathesin)].