Concerning the sanctuary of Aphrodite PandemosIG II3 1 879 Date: 283/2 BC
When Hegesipyle was priestess. In the archonship of Euthios (283/2), in the twelfth prytany, of AiantisXI, for which Nausimenes (5) son of Nausikydes of CholargosVII was secretary. On the old and new day (henēi kai neai) of Skirophorion. Kallias son of Lysimachos of Hermos proposed: so that those who at any time are allotted city guardians (astunomoi) (10) may carry out their management of the sanctuary of Aphrodite Pandemos according to ancestral custom, for good fortune, the Council shall decide that the presiding committee (proedrous) who are allotted (15) to preside at the forthcoming Assembly shall present the member of the priestess's household (oikeion) and shall put the matter on the agenda and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that (20) it seems good to the Council that those who at any time are allotted city guardians (astunomous), whenever there is the procession to Aphrodite Pandemos, shall prepare for the purification of the shrine a dove (peristeran), and shall whitewash (25) the altars and put pitch over the [doorways] and wash the statues; and they shall prepare purple of weight (≥) 4 drachmas . . . . . .