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Honours for the prytany of Antiochis

IG II3 1 1333 Date: 169/8 BC
 
Fragment a
Decree 1 In the archonship of Eunikos (169/8), in the seventh prytany, of Oineis, for which Hieronymos son of Boethos of Kephisia was secretary. On the twenty-fifth (hektei met' eikadas) of Gamelion, the twenty-second of the prytany. Assembly in the Piraeus. Of the presiding committee - (5) son of Hermias of Apollonia was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. [The People] decided. Xenokrates son of Xenokrates of Eleusis proposed: concerning what the prytany of Antiochis reports about the sacrifices which they made before the Assemblies to Apollo Prostaterios and to Artemis Boulaia and to Phosphoros and to the other gods for whom (10) it is customary, for good fortune, [the People] shall decide to welcome the good results that have occurred in the sacrifices which they made for the health and preservation of the Council and the People . . . . . .
Decree 2 . . . . . . have praised and crowned the treasurer, whom they chose from themselves, (15) Chairippos of Amphitrope, and declare to the Council that he has performed all the proper sacrifices . . . in the prytany on behalf of the Council and the People, and has also taken care of everything else well and with love of honour (philotimōs), for good fortune, [the Council] shall decide to praise the (20) treasurer, Chairippos son of Theophilos of Amphitrope, and to praise also the secretary Eudemos of Pallene and the priest of the eponymous -sikles of Pallene and the secretary of the Council and the People Archeneos of Kydathenaion and the undersecretary -os of Halai and the herald of the Council and the People Philokles of (25) Trinemeia and the pipe-player Kallikrates of Thorikos and the treasurer of the Council Sostratos of Myrrhinous and to crown each of them with a foliage crown; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the prytanikon, and for the inscribing and (30) the making of the stele the treasurer of the military fund shall defray the accrued cost.
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Amphitrope Chairippos Euthydikos (35) Olympiodoros -andros Pallene Eudemos Antikles (40) Sogenes Menekrates Sosibios -mas -os (45) Hipparchos Eitea
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Stasioikos Ktesiphon Anaphlystos (50) Ophelas Karpodoros Physkos Andronikos Praxiteles (55) Alopeke Telephanes Antigenes Demetrios -estos (60) -ylos -
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Menestratos Timon Zoïlos (65) Antikrates Euandros Timon Nikophantos Apollonios (70) Besa Aleximachos Krioa Meniskos Diogenes (75) Agathokles Poseidonios
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Semachidai Philon Eukrates (80) Sokrates Aristion Papylos Aristokrates Alexis (85) Polykon Aischronides Eroiadai Theokles Thorai (90) Aristokrates Euakes
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The Council (crowns) -sikles of (95) Pallene
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The Council (crowns) Archeneos of Kydathenaion
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(100) The Council (crowns) - of Halai
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The Council (crowns) (105) Philokles of Trinemeia
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The Council (crowns) Kallikrates (110) of Thorikos
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The Council (crowns) Sopatros of (115) Myrrhinoutta.