Penalty clauses from a lawIG II3 1 431 Date: Ca. 337-325 BC
. . . . . . . . . the punishments prescribed for him or it in the law; and [the court (hēliaia)] shall impose (5) on him such additional penalty as may seem appropriate for him to pay, and shall confine him until he has paid it off; and if [he is a slave, the master?] shall be punished; and of the things that have been denounced, half shall go to the denouncer, half to the public treasury; and . . . shall bring legal proceedings about the (10) . . . the valuables (chrēmatōn) and the . . . . . . if the court shall so decide, his moveables (epipla) [shall be sold?], but if not, . . .