Honours for a prytanyIG II3 1 926 Date: Ca. 285–280 BC
. . . three lines preserving a few letters . . . [and they managed well] and justly [all the] (5) [sacrifices and] everything else that [the laws and decrees] prescribed; [and to praise them and crown them with] a gold crown [according to the law for their love of honour (philotimias)] and [care (epimeleias)] for the Athenian People; (10) and the prytany secretary shall inscribe [this decree on a stone stele] and stand it [in front of the Council chamber (bouleutēriou)]; and for the inscription of the stele [the board of administrators (tous epi tēi dioikēsei)] shall allocate . . .