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On Euboean affairs

IG II3 1 399 Date: 348 BC or 343? BC
 
. . . The People decided. Hegesippos [son of Hegesias of Sounion[1] proposed]: so that none of the allies [of the Athenians?], nor anyone [of the Athenians?], whether foreigner or citizen, shall harm (5) any of the allies, setting out from anywhere [in Attica] or the allied cities, the People shall resolve: concerning those who have invaded the territory of the Eretrians,[2] that the Council shall formulate and bring forward a proposal to the People at the next Assembly, (10) so that they may be punished according to the [laws?]; and if in future anyone invades Eretria or any other allied city, anyone of the Athenians or of the allies of the Athenians, he shall be condemned to [loss of citizen rights (atimian) or death (thanaton)] and his property (chrēmata) shall be public, and (15) a tithe for the goddess; and his property (chrēmata) shall be recoverable from all the allied cities; and if any city appropriates it, it is to owe it to the [common treasury (koinōi) or common Council (sunedriōi)] of the allies; and to inscribe this decree on a stone stele and set it up on the acropolis . . . (20) and in the port;[3] and the treasurer of the People shall give the money for the inscribing; and to praise those [Chalkidians?] and Karystians who helped [the Eretrians?] . . . the general . . . ; (25) and to praise . . . . . .