Honours for a prytanyIG II3 1 887 Date: 279/8 BC
In the archonship of Anaxikrates (279/8), in the ninth prytany, of -, [for which -es son of Lysistratos of MarathonXI] was secretary. On the [twelfth] of Elaphebolion, the [twenty-first] of the prytany. Assembly. Of the presiding committee -s son of Agatho- (5) of - was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. - son of - of - proposed: concerning what the prytany of Pandionis reports about the sacrifices (tōn hierōn) which they made before the Assemblies to the gods to whom it is traditional; and they sacrificed for the Council and (10) People . . . Athenian . . . . . . and the . . . , for good fortune, the People shall decide: the People shall accept the good things the prytany declare occurred in the sacrifices which they made for the health (15) and preservation of the the Council and the People; and to praise the prytany of Pandionis, and to crown them with a gold crown [for their excellence and love of honour (philotimias)]; and the secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it [in the prytanikon]; and for the making of (20) the stele [the board of administrators (tous epi tēi dioikēsei) shall allocate the expenditure].
Myrrhinous -mnestos son of L- Philoxenos son of Ai- Ameinokles son of - (25) . . . . . . traces to l. 44, followed by 2 further columns of names, not preserved
In crown (45) The Council the tribesmen (crown) the secretary Cha- son of Me- (50) . . .
In crown The Council the tribesmen (crown) the treasurer -mnestos (55) son of L- of Myrrhinous.