Concerning public doctors

IG II3 1 914 Date: 268/7 BC
 
In the archonship of Diogeiton (268/7), the twelfth prytany, of DemetriasII, in which Theodotos son of Theophilos of KeiriadaiX was secretary. On the twenty-third (ogdoei met' eikadas) of Skirophorion. (5) Principal Assembly. Of the presiding committee Diodoros son of Epichares of Kopros was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. Akrotimos son of Aischias of Ikaria proposed: since it is traditional for (10) public doctors (iatrois hosoi dēmosieuousin) to sacrifice to Asklepios and Hygieia twice a year[1] both on behalf of themselves and the patients (sōmatōn) that each of them treated (iasanto), for good fortune, the Council shall decide: that the presiding committee (proedrous) (15) allotted to preside at the coming Assembly shall put the matter on the agenda as an item of the sacred business and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council that the man who has been allotted at any time to serve as priest[2] . . . . . .