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Concerning dedications in the sanctuary of Asklepios

IG II3 1 898 Date: 274/3 BC
 
Gods. In the archonship of Euboulos (274/3), in the second prytany, of -, for which Kleigenes son of - of HalaiIV was secretary . . . On the - of Metageitnion, the - of the prytany. Assembly. Of the presiding committee - son of - of - was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and People decided. - son of - of Alopeke proposed: in order that . . . well and piously . . . (5) . . . that the presiding committee (proedrous) allotted to preside at the next Assembly shall put the matter on the agenda and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council . . . to hand over to the priest[1] . . . . . . within (number) days from this day . . . . . . hand over to the priest of the archonship of Euboulos (274/3) . . . . . . and the other priests shall be present . . . (10) . . . took possession of the weighed objects . . . . . . [examination (exetasmon)[2]] of the gold and silver dedications in the Asklepieion . . . . . . shall set up and inscribe on it (epigrapsai) the dedicator . . . . . . so that the handing over (paradosis) endures and does not . . . . . . [the prytany secretary shall inscribe] the resulting examination (exetasmon) on a stone stele and [stand it in the city Asklepieion]; and for the (15) inscription and the setting up of the stele the treasurer of the military fund (tamian tōn stratiōtikōn) shall allocate the expenditure.
. . . to examine (exetazein) the gold and silver (objects) according to the law . . . . . . he restored . . . . . . silver-plated . . . . . . which Kleopatra of Ma[cedon][3] [dedicated] . . . (20) . . . which Potammes dedicated . . . . . . daughter of - dedicated . . . . . . dedicated, weight 31 dr.; plain bowl . . . . . . dedicated, weight 33 dr. 3 ob.; bowl . . . . . . dedicated in the priesthood of Theo . . . (25) . . . gilded small cup . . . . . . of Probalinthos; - dedicated . . . . . . which Mammarion dedicated . . . . . . dedicated, weight . . . . . . Kranaos dedicated . . . (30) . . . (they) dedicated . . . . . . dedicated . . . . . . . . . . . . of Timandros . . . . . . which Ka- dedicated . . . (35) . . . hips, which - dedicated . . . . . . the priest handed over the following . . . . . . and a gold ring . . . . . . wife of Phoinix . . . . . . Glaukon dedicated . . . (40) . . . others of the . . . . . . other . . . . . . tetradrachm . . . . . . . . . Polemon son of Polem- dedicated . . . . . . a (metallic) relief or model (tupos) in which there is a horn (kera(tion)),[4] (which) Mnesistrate dedicated . . . (45) . . . Aischrion [dedicated]; in the priesthood of Eumnestos nine drachmas . . . . . . dedicated . . . in the priesthood of Eumnestos 24 or 64 dr.; and a model which - dedicated . . . . . . dedicated . . . and 6 models which Oinokles of Athmonon on behalf of his wife . . . in the priesthood of Phanomachos, a silver snake which Philista dedicated, weight (≥) 10 dr . . . . on the fifth rafter (sphēkiskōi), 20 drachmas which -stronto dedicated; on the beam (koruphaiōi) are the following dedications: a small plain bowl . . . which L- dedicated; in the priesthood of (50) Eumnestos, a gold crown which Lysitheides son of Lysikrates dedicated and Philod . . . Lysitheides son of Lysikrates of Kikynna weight 9 dr.; an iron ring which Euboulides dedicated; a crystal necklace . . . attached . . . which -strate [dedicated], 4 dr. which Hedeia dedicated; on the left going in, first beam: plain bowl inlaid with gold which - dedicated . . . te [dedicated]; in the priesthood of . . . face of a woman (which) Nikostrate dedicated; in the priesthood of Eumnestos, silver models (tupoi) in which is a woman praying, and other models; 10 drachmas which - dedicated . . . which - dedicated - on a flower? (anthemidos), weight 31 dr.; on the second beam, Chrysilla 12 dr.; Sosi . . . ile 20 dr.; in the priesthood of . . . on the third beam 20 (55) drachmas which Agathokles dedicated; a ring with carnelian set in gold, which [Euen?]or, doctor,[5] dedicated, weight . . . in which is a griffin and a deer -; a repoussé body of a woman which Pausimache dedicated; on the fourth beam: a carnelian set in gold, which -arete dedicated; body in a model and an eye, uninscribed, eye was weighed: weight 5½ ob.; small egg-shaped bowl which Glyk- dedicated . . . on the fifth beam: a bowl inlaid with gold which Pyrrhos of Acherdous dedicated on behalf of himself and his son; in the priesthood of Eudidaktos, a silver . . . which Moschine daughter of Sokrates of Paiania dedicated; in the priesthood of Eudidaktos, models, a moulded ear, exacted as a fine, weight . . . repoussé model (tupos katamaktos) . . . face which Glykera (60) dedicated, weight 2½ ob.; a silver chain exacted as a fine, weight 2½ ob.; on the right going in towards the wall - - bowl which On- dedicated, 7 dr. 3 ob.; silver models, 5 dr., on a tablet (pinakiōi), uninscribed; in the priesthood of Philoktemon, two repoussé ears on a tablet, which - dedicated . . . which -gora [dedicated]; an ear on a tablet, which Dionysios dedicated; a repoussé ear on a tablet which Spinther dedicated; three horns on a tablet which - dedicated . . . abdomen which Philoumene dedicated; mouth and model on a tablet which Simos dedicated; six eyes of his (should be hers?); a hand . . . on a tablet which -mokrates dedicated; a leg on a tablet which Pamphile dedicated; a jaw-bone on a tablet which Dorkas dedicated; . . . fitted (65) which K-s dedicated; a model on a tablet which Leontios dedicated; body of a woman in model, which Ariston dedicated; s[econd row ...] on a tablet which Kallisthena dedicated; two ears and teeth which Aristagora dedicated; a model in which there is a small horn which - dedicated; . . . a model on a tablet in which there is a woman's body, which Malthake wife of Lyandros dedicated; a model on a tablet in which there is a man's body, weight . . . eyes - - which Theophilos dedicated; a model on a tablet in which there is a man's body, which Sosibios dedicated . . . [which] Malthake wife of Lyandros dedicated; a model on a tablet in which there is a woman's body, which Kallistomache dedicated . . . [model] (70) on a tablet in which there is a leg, which Epigenes of Pelekes dedicated; a silver hand on a tablet which Glykera dedicated; a hand . . . - in the priesthood of Diopeithes; two legs and a hand on a tablet (which) Glykera dedicated; a hollow finger in horn (?) (which) - dedicated; . . . on a board (sanidiōi), which Mammia dedicated; a hollow cauterising instrument which Kallimachos of Thymaitadai dedicated; a repoussé model on . . . - third row: a repoussé model in which there is a god and a man praying, which Euphronios dedicated; a bronze model . . . - which Theodoros son of Philippos dedicated; a repoussé model on a tablet in which there is a man praying, which -s dedicated; a model . . . (75) - which Meidion wife of Glaukippos of Kollytos dedicated; an impressed (egmaktos) model, face of a woman praying on a tablet . . . . . . which Philostrat- dedicated; a repoussé model and hand on her own behalf on a tablet, which -eia dedicated; a breast on . . . . . . on a tablet which Kallistratos of Phyle dedicated; a breast on a tablet which Kleo dedicated, 7 dr. 2 ob.; small repoussé models . . . a model in which there is a woman praying, which Mammia dedicated; a repoussé model on a tablet in which there is a person praying, which Peristeris dedicated . . . . . . silver model and 4 dr. and eyes, which Mammia dedicated; in the priesthood of Eudidaktos, the gold-plated model of the priesthood of Phaidrippos . . . (80) . . . model and other - models and braces or fetters (pedai) on a board: the braces weighed 5 dr.: which Praxagora dedicated; in the priesthood of An . . . . . . in the priesthood of Archestratos, Phanokrite on behalf of herself and her children a small cup and jaw-bone; in the priesthood . . . . . . of iron fitted with a chain; a hand of gold, silver, bronze and stone, which Philippe dedicated on behalf of . . . . . . model in which there is a woman praying, which Aristokleia dedicated; in the priesthood of Eumnestos, three models on a tablet which Malthake dedicated . . . . . . des [dedicated]; a repoussé ear on a board, which Timarete dedicated; a large model in which there is a person praying, which Drom- dedicated . . . (85) . . . es and Mneso [dedicated], 12 of them, and - models; 10 models of a man and woman and eyes and other gold objects which Philippe dedicated . . . . . . model in a frame, in which there is a woman praying, which Aristonike dedicated; in the priesthood of Eumnestos, unweighed, small body of a woman . . . . . . model, in which there are praying people, which Naukrates dedicated; in the priesthood of Phanomachos, a model of a woman praying in a frame which - dedicated . . . . . . Lykinos dedicated; model of a man and woman, and a face, which Xenokrates, Nikariste dedicated; model of a woman, and eye . . . . . . from the shoulder which Pam- dedicated; body of a woman and an ankle band (periskelidion) which Myrrhine dedicated on behalf of herself and her child . . . (90) . . . Phile dedicated to Asklepios on behalf of her children; a model in which there is a man praying, and a mouth, which Philokrates dedicated; a model on a board . . . . . . third row: uninscribed leg in model; in the priesthood of Lysias, face of a man which Dionysiphanes dedicated; model of a woman on . . . . . . which Myllion dedicated; in the (priesthood of) Pythonikos, body of a woman in model and hip-joints, which Epikratia dedicated; in the priesthood of Phanomachos, body of a man . . . . . . Chairion and Hedyle - - and hearts, which Ktesikles dedicated; two models of a man and woman which Phanos dedicated, and . . . . . . model, which - dedicated; - of -ides, two models in which there are eyes, gold and silver, and a gold snake, which Hedytion dedicated; . . . (95) . . . which Aristion dedicated, weight ¾ob.; model of a woman, in which she is praying, which Kallistrate dedicated; two breasts which Cho- dedicated . . . finger which Malthake dedicated; three models which Dionysios, Pamphile, Chairippe dedicated; 15 models which Sibilla dedicated . . . . . . on a board - which Ampharete dedicated; model in which there is a man praying, which Philochares dedicated; fourth row in the middle of the wall . . . . . . dedicated; . . . uninscribed; large repoussé model in which there are people praying, Kallisto, Aphobetos; repoussé model . . . . . . which Epikrates and Demostrate dedicated on behalf of their children; two repoussé models in which there are praying people, which - dedicated . . . (100) . . . dedicated on behalf of Lysistratos by his mother; Kallimachos 18 dr.; Thoudosios of Anaphlystos 2 dr., one of tin; Rhodo 10 dr.; Sokles 4 dr.; model . . . . . . in the priesthood of Archestratos, Prokles of Aixone - dr.; -os 1 dr.; Aristolochos 1 dr.; Philokydes 1 dr.; Sokles 5 dr.; Komos on behalf of his child 26 dr . . . . . . . one tetradrachm being of bronze; Archestrate a small repoussé body; Aristonike bronze and silver eyes; in the priesthood of Eudidaktos . . . . . . -machos son of Diphilos a repoussé model, in which there is a man praying; Diphilos two feet; in the priesthood of Epikrates, weight 1 dr. 1 ob., Sostrate gold ears and a silver neck - uninscribed, weight 1½ ob.; Demostrate a snake; behind the door on the left: 3 models which Leontis dedicated; the following are silver objects in possession of the priest: a tripod (105) with bronze incense burner and bronze chain fitted on, weight 545 dr. 3 ob., the tripod was weighed with the bronze incense burner but without the bronze chain at 530 dr. 3 ob.; small cup exacted as a fine, weight 8 dr. 4 ob.; - which Ktesikles of Hagnous dedicated, came to weight 74 dr., 1 dr. deducted; pointed cup . . . dedicated, weight 96 dr.; 3 cups, weight 144 dr., of these a cup is missing in the account of Onetor, weight 56 dr., with the two being weighed coming to 78 dr. . . . weight 328 dr., of this Onetor records as missing in weight -; basket, weight 945 dr., of this Onetor records as missing the flower design, weight (≥) 10 dr.; . . . weight for silver deducted 5 dr. 3 ob.; and the following objects are in the possession of the priest: a pure white round gem-stone three fingers thick; a carnelian (110) . . . three jasper stones, on (one of) which there is a cavalryman and hoplite and Minos opposing the Minotaur, one plain, the other an intricate stamp or seal (sphragis), cylindrical, on which there is a goat-stag which - dedicated, and chain attached; amber which -ra dedicated, this was recorded as bound with gold, as was the ribbon projecting from it, but it is silver overlaid with gold, the ribbon as well; and the objects dedicated in the priesthood of M-: 3 jasper-stones, 2 crystal stamps; a round-edged tetragon, crystal all over . . . which Satyra dedicated, on this it was recorded that the ribbon was gold, but it is overlaid silver; and the following objects the god has in the hand: cylindrical . . . acorn-shaped fitted with a silver wand; three crystal stamps; small stamp on which there is an eagle; a deviceless stamp, broken; (115) . . . bound with -, crystal; a stamp on which there is a bull; and the following objects were dedicated in the priesthood of Onetor: a small gold relief, weight . . . . . . the following objects the priest of Asklepios Philochares of Oa handed over in addition (prosparedōken), dedicated in his priesthood: on the second beam: . . . which Phokos dedicated, unweighed; on the rafter: 20 drachmas which Nikokles of Potamos dedicated; on the - beam: . . . strate [dedicated]; another gold-plated which the father Amphitheos dedicated on behalf of his son Theophanes; genitalia on behalf of Menekles . . . . . . on the wall: eyes and genitalia which Soterides dedicated; four ears which Boidas dedicated; to the right of the god: . . . (120) . . . les [dedicated]; 30 drachmas which Kallippe dedicated; in the priesthood of Philippos the priest of Asklepios handed over in addition the following objects . . . . . . on the wall where the god is: - repoussé ears which Sosinike dedicated; 3 tetradrachms which Euarch- dedicated; . . . . . . which Phanokritos dedicated; two eyes which Philonides dedicated; a model and two tetradrachms . . . . . . six tetradrachms recovered from those that had been lost; a silver-plated face which Pamphile dedicated; . . . . . . bound with a silver chain, which Kallistion dedicated, weight 20 dr.; a pot which Alkaios dedicated . . . (125) . . . tetradrachm which Agathokles dedicated; on the left going in by the wall . . . . . . the following objects that were dedicated in the [priesthoods] of Charinos and Thrasyboulos the priest Onetor of Melite handed over in addition . . . . . . by the wall, first row: a silver lekythos on a board, which - dedicated . . . . . . row: two silver eyes and ears from the same, which - dedicated . . . . . . on a board, 10 dr. 1 ob., which Theophile dedicated; two small models on a board . . . (130) . . . which Lysistratos dedicated, weight 2 dr.; a small cup . . . . . . unweighed; eyes and nose, which Sph- dedicated . . . . . . Kallias dedicated; a large leg . . . . . . to the right of the god: a model . . . . . . gold-plated . . . . . .
Fragment whose location in the inscription is uncertain . . . (135) . . . . . . two . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fragment whose location in the inscription is uncertain . . . (140) . . . . . . . . . . . . mouth . . . gold-plated eight lines preserving a few letters . . .