Honours for the prytany of AntiochisIG II3 1 900 Date: 273/2 BC
In the archonship of Glaukippos (273/2), in the fourth prytany, of AntiochisXII, for which Euthoinos son of Euthykritos of MyrrhinousV was secretary. On the penultimate day (deuterai met' eikadas) of Pyanopsion. Assembly. Of the presiding committee -esilochos son of Kephisodotos of Piraeus was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. Euthymachos son of Euthippos of Xypete proposed: concerning what (5) the prytany of Antiochis reports about the sacrifices (tōn hierōn) which they made, both those before the Assemblies to Apollo Prostaterios and to the other gods to whom it is traditional; and they sacrificed the Stenia to Demeter and Kore from their own resources on behalf of the Council and the People, for good fortune, the People shall decide: to accept the good things that they say occurred in the sacrifices (tois hierois) which they made for the health and preservation of the (10) Council and the Athenian People and all others who are well disposed to the People; and since the prytany made the appropriate sacrifices well and with love of honour (philotimōs) and managed all the other matters which the laws and decrees of the People prescribe for them, to praise the prytany of Antiochis and to crown them with a gold crown according to the law for (15) their piety to the gods and their love of honour (philotimias) to the Athenian People; and in order that they may sacrifice also the Chalkeia to Athena Archegetis of the city and that the matters of the gods may be arranged finely and piously for the Council and People, the People shall vote by show of hands on how much they should allocate for the administration of the sacrifice; and the [treasurer of the military fund (tamian tōn stratiōtikōn)] and the board of administrators (20) shall allocate whatever the People decide through their vote; and provision shall be available from the Council’s fund for expenditure on decrees; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the prytanikon; and for inscribing the stele for the board of administrators (tous epi tēi dioikēsei) shall allocate the expenditure accrued.
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-ros son of Apollodoros -s son of Alexiades - son of -es . . .
Thouchares son of Kal- Phileas son of Philombrotos Lysiphanes son of Iso- . . .