Honours for a prytany of Aigeis

IG II3 1 983 Date: 259/8 BC
 
Decree 1 (People) In the archonship of Philinos (259/8), in the first prytany, of AigeisIV, for which Theotimos son of Stratokles of Thorai was secretary. On the eleventh of Hekatombaion, the eleventh of the prytany. Principal Assembly. Of the presiding committee Aresias son of Lamprokles of Peiraieus was putting to the vote (5) and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. Lyandros son of Lysiades of Anaphlystos proposed: concerning what the prytany of Aigeis reports about the sacrifice which they made before the Assembly[1] to Apollo Prostaterios and Artemis Boulaia and the other gods to whom it is traditional, for good fortune, the People shall decide: (10) to accept the good things they say occurred in the sacrifices (tois hierois) for the health and preservation of the Council and the People and [[king Antigonos and queen Phila and their descendants]];[2] and since the prytany of AigeisIV has sacrificed on behalf of the city with love of honour (philotimōs) in order that the Council and People might be in good and (15) pious relation with the gods, and has managed the convening of the People in accordance with the laws, to praise the prytany of Aigeis and to crown them with a gold crown according to the law for their excellence and justice for the Athenian People; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe (20) this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the prytanikon; and for the inscription of the stele the administrator (ton epi tei dioikēsei) shall allocate the expenditure accrued.
Decree 2 (Council) Decree of the Council. Lykomedes son of Diochares of Konthyle[3] proposed: since the prytany of AigeisIV, after praising and crowning him, (25) declare to the Council that the treasurer of the Council Lyandros of Anaphlystos and their own treasurer Aristokles of Halai and their secretary Thalinides of Halai have made all the sacrifices due in the prytany on behalf of the Council and People [[ . . . erased . . . ]][4] (30) and have managed everything else well and with love of honour (philotimōs), for good fortune, the Council shall decide: to praise the treasurer of the Council Lyandros son of Lysiades of Anaphlystos and their own (treasurer) (ton ex heautōn) Aristokles son of Thrasykles of Halai and their secretary Thalinides son of Knoithon of Halai, and the one who has shown love of honour (ton pephilotimēmenon) towards them (35) Nikippos son of Autokles of Kolonos; and to praise the herald of the Council and People Eukles son of Philokles of Trinemeia and the secretary of the People Dynatos son of Kritodemos of Peiraieus and the undersecretary Nikomachos son of Nikon of Gargettos; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on (40) a stone stele and stand it in the prytanikon; and for the inscription of the stele the administrator (ton epi tei dioikēsei) shall allocate the expenditure accrued.
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Halai Aristokles son of Thrasykles Thalinides son of Knoithon (45) Archedemos son of Diodoros Demophanes son of Epizelos Mnesagoras son of Nikomenes Aristokrates son of Pythippos Nikokles son of Nikylos (50) Kleitias Mnesarchos
Kollytos Aristion son of Polykrates Naukrates son of Naukles (55) Ersigenes son of Simon Kallikrates son of Pythodelos
Ankyle Eualkos son of Diodoros
Kolonos (60) Antiphanes son of Kallias Nikippos
Otryne Euxitheos son of Philistides
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Erchia (65) Smikros son of Aristion Mikion son of Kephisodoros Panaitios son of Mikion Amyntor son of Charinos Philion son of Diogeiton (70) Diokles son of Aristophilos Pantainetos son of Epainetos Euxenos son of Euxitheos Nikophemos son of Theodoros Pheidostratos (75) Chairestratos
Kydantidai Praxiteles son of Aischeas
Ionidai Demeas (80) Philippos
Teithras Sophanes Eucharistos Euegetes
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(85) Araphen Amphiteles - Archippos son of Ar-
Phegaia Archedemos (90) Kalliphanes
Myrrhinoutta Derkylos son of Epi-
Plotheia Kallias son of Phrynichos (95) Lysarchides
Philaidai Mnesiboulos son of Mnes- Xenokritos son of Antigenes Timokles
(100) Hestiaia Charias
Bate Euphiletos son of Pytheas
Erikeia (105) Demosthenes Antidoros