Honours for ephebes and their officials

IG II3 1 986 Date: 257/6 BC
 
In the archonship of Thymochares (257/6), in the third prytany, of -, for which Sostratos son of Arist- of - was secretary. On the old and new day (henei kai neai) of Boedromion, the [twenty-fifth] of the prytany. Principal Assembly. Of the presiding committee - son of -pos of ThriaVIII (5) was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members - of -I or II, - of LamptraiIII, Demotimos of -IV, - of -V, - -s of LeukonoionVI, Attabos of ThorikosVII, - of -IX, - -os of AnakaiaX, Teisias [of Rhamnous]XI, - of -XII. Alexion son of Amphichares of Azenia proposed: since the ephebes who (10) [were enrolled] and served in the archonship of Antiphon (258/7) were steadfast in their obedience to the [laws and the commanding officer (kosmētēi) . . . ] two surviving letters
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. . . [the king (basileus)[1] and the] managers of the [Mysteries]; and they ran [the torch relays (lampadas) and the] other races which took place (15) . . . them of the . . . demonstrating their own [eagerness (spoudēn)] and [love of honour (philotimian)]; and they made the demonstration (apodeixin) before the [Council concerning their ephebate; in order therefore that] there may be incentive (ephamillon) for all the ephebes to obey [the laws of the People] knowing that they (20) [will receive in return fitting] thanks from the People, for good fortune, the Council shall decide: that the presiding committee (proedrous) allotted to preside in the People at the next Assembly shall introduce the commanding officer (kosmētēn) to the People and 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 (25) praise the ephebes and crown them with a foliage crown for the moderation (sōphrosunēs) that they continue to show to the People; and the [prytany secretary] shall inscribe [this decree on a stone] [stele and stand it in the Agora; and the administrator (ton epi tēi dioikēsei) shall allocate] [the expenditure accrued ...]
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(30) [... and to praise and to crown] [with a foliage] crown [for his good order (eutaxias) the commanding officer (kosmētēn) of the ephebes] -onides son of Androkles of - [and the physical trainer (paidotribēn)] Hermodoros son of Heortios of Acharnai [and the javelin instructor (akontistēn) Lysikles] son of Antipatros of Sypalettos [and the weapons instructor (hoplomachēn) Nikandros son] (35) of Nikandros of Ankyle and [the archery instructor (toxotēn) . . . ] and the secretary . . .
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The Council (crowns) . . .
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Those who served as ephebes in the archonship of Antiphon (258/7)
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(40) [[AntigonisI]] . . . - son of - of Gargettos - son of - of - - son of - of -
(45) [[DemetriasII]] - son of - from Koile - son of - of -
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OineisVIII Peithikles son of Menandros of Perithoidai (50) Theaitetos son of Kephisophon of Epikephisia
KekropisIX Theogenes son of Hegemon of Athmonon Eukles son of Eukles of Halai Smikrias son of Aristodemos of Halai
(55) HippothontisX Philostratos son of Diophantos of Eleusis Speusippos son of Alexion of Azenia Euthykritos son of Theainetos of Acherdous Autodikos son of Archestratos of Oion (60) Aristeides son of Kalliphanes of Kopros
AiantisXI -krates son of Iphikrates of Rhamnous - son of Heniochos of - . . .