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Athenian Tribute List, 454/3 BC

IG I3 259 Date: 454/3 BC
 
These first-fruits (aparchai)[1] all separately (choris chsumpasai), were the first to be declared (apephanthesan) to the Thirty[2] by the hellenotamiai[3] to whom - was secretary for the goddess[4] from the allied tribute (phoro) in the archonship of Ariston at Athens[5] (454/3), one mina per talent.[6]
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[7] (5) Abderites: 1285 dr. 2 ob.[8] Olynthians, Skablaians, Asserites: 266 dr. 4 ob. Sermylians: 772 dr. (10) Mekypernians[9] Stolians, Polichnitans: 231 dr. 2 ob. Singians: (≥) 202 dr. 2 ob. Thasians: 300 dr.[10] (15) Mysians: 33 dr. 2 ob. Pikres of Syangelia: [50 dr.] Kedrietans: [50 dr.] Keramians: [150 dr.] Boutheians: . . . [11] (20) Kyllandians: [200 dr.] Chians, Karians: [33 dr. 2 ob.] . . .
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(5) Narisbareans: [16 dr. 4 ob.] Mydones: [25 dr.] Kianians: 1[6 dr. 4 ob.] Artakenians: [33 dr. 2 ob.] Neapolis (10) in Thrace: 1[6 dr. 4 ob.] Berysians under Ida: 16 dr. 4 ob. Karian Auliatans: 8 dr. [2 ob.] Iatans: 100 dr. (15) Parianians: 100 dr. Daskyleion in Propontis: 8 dr. 2 ob. Aiginetans: 3000 dr.[12] Milesians (20) from Leros: 300 dr. Milesians from Teichioussa: . . . [13]