Donation of a house and garden to Asklepios in accordance with an oracle

IG II3 4 1768 Date: Ca. 350-325 BC
The god instructed (echrēsen) the Athenian People to dedicate the house of Demon and the garden belonging with it to Asklepios, and that Demon himself should be his priest.
The priest, Demon son of Demomeles of Paiania, dedicated (5) both the house and the garden, as the god commanded (prostaxantos), the Athenian People also having granted that he be priest of Asklepios in accordance with the oracle.[1]