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Inventory of the Hekatompedon, 418/7 BC

IG I3 329 Date: 418/7 BC
 
The four sets of officials (archai) who gave their accounts (logon) from Panathenaia to Panathenaia handed over the following to the treasurers Pythodoros of Halai and his fellow officials, to whom Phormio son of Aristion of Kydathenaion was secretary; the treasurers, to whom Phormio son of Aristion of Kydathenaion was secretary, handed over to the treasurers Anaxikrates of Lamptrai and his fellow officials, to whom Euxenos son of Euphanes of Prospalta (5) was secretary:[1] in the hekatompedon temple (neoi):[2] 3 gold dishes (phialai), weight of these 2,544 dr.; a gold maiden on a stele, not weighed; a silver holy-water sprinkler (aporanterion), not weighed; 2 gold crowns (stephano), weight of these 80 dr.; a gold crown which Nike has, weight of this 60 dr.[3]; 8 silver dishes; weight of these 800 dr.; silver goblet (karchesion), weight of this 200 dr.; silver goblet of Zeus Polieus, weight of this 200 dr.; gold crown, weight of this [-]3 dr. 2 ob.; gold circlet (stephane), weight (10) of this 63 dr.; 4 gold crowns, weight of these 135 dr. 2 ob.; gold crown, weight of this 18 dr. 3 ob.; two gold pieces (chruside), weight of these 293 dr. 3 ob.; gold piece (chrusis), weight of this 138 dr. 2 ob.; gold piece, weight of this 119 dr.; gold crown, weight of this 26 dr. 3 ob.; silver piece, weight of this 192 dr.; silver incense-burner (thumiaterion), weight of this 1,000 dr. Additions that occurred during the year (epeteia epegeneto):[4] gold crown, weight of this 1,250 dr.; gold crown, weight of this [–]1 dr.; gold crown, weight (15) of this 35 dr..