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Honours for the prytany of Aiantis

IG II3 1 880 Date: 283/2 BC
Gods. In the archonship of Euthios (283/2), in the twelfth prytany, of AiantisXI, for which Nausimenes son of Nausikydes of CholargosVII was secretary; on the old and new day (henei kai neai) of (5) Skirophorion, the twenty-ninth of the prytany. Assembly. Of the presiding committee - son of -on of Athmonon was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. Kallias son of Lysimachos of Hermos proposed: concerning what the the prytany of AiantisXI reports about the sacrifices (tōn hierōn) (10) which they made before the Assemblies . . . , for good fortune, the People shall decide: the People shall accept the good things they declare occurred for the health and preservation of the the Council and the Athenian People; and since the prytany of Aiantis (15) have performed their sacrifices well and with love of honour (philotimōs) and have managed everything else for which they were responsible, to praise the prytany of Aiantis for their justice and love of honour (philotimias) for the People, and to crown them with a gold crown according (20) to the law; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in front of the Council chamber (pros tōi bouleutēriōi); and for inscribing the stele the board of administrators (tous epi tēi dioikēsei) shall allocate [10 drachmas].[1] . . .