Decree admitting Corcyra, Akarnania and Kephallenia to the Second Athenian League

RO 24 Date: 375/4 BC
 
Philokles . . . was secretary.[1] In the archonship of Hippodamas (375/4). In the second prytany, of AntiochisX, for which [Phylakos son of - of Oinoe] was secretary.[2] The Council and the People decided. Kritios (5) proposed: concerning what the ambassadors (presbes) of the Corcyraeans and the Akarnanians and the Kephallenians say in the Council, to praise the ambassadors (presbes) of the Corcyraeans and the Akarnanians and the Kephallenians because they are good men with regard to the People of Athens and the allies (10) both now and in time past; and so that what they require shall be done, introduce them to the People, and submit the opinion of the Council that it seems good to the Council, that the secretary of the Council shall inscribe the names of the cities which have come on the common stele of (15) the allies; and the Council and the generals and the cavalry shall deliver the oaths to the cities which have come; and the allies shall swear the oath in the same way. After this has been done, [for the future?] whatever the common body (koinōi) (of the allies) decides [shall be valid (kurion)?] . . . (20) to receive the oaths . . . written on the stele . . . the allies have been written; and each of the cities shall send representatives (sunedros) to the Allied Council (sunedrion) in accordance with the decisions (dogmata) of the allies and of the People of (25) Athens. Concerning the Akarnanians [consider in common?] with Aischylos and Euarchos and Eury- and -os and G- and Rhysiades . . . . . .