Can you spare a few minutes to help us improve our website? Yes Don't show me this again:

×

Sale of confiscated property and mine leases, 367/6 BC

Agora XIX P5 Date: 367/6 BC
 
Confiscated property In the archonship of Polyzelos (367/6) the official sellers (pōlētai),[1] Polyeuktos of LamptraiI, Deinias of ErchiaII, Theaios of PaianiaIII, Theotimos of PhrearrhioiIV, Aristogenes of IphistiadaiV, Glaukon of LakiadaiVI, Kephisokles of (5) PiraeusVIII, Nikokles of AnaphlystosX, to whom Exekestos of Kothokidai was secretary,[2] sold the following, having received them from the Eleven (hendeka),[3] Phaiax of Aphidna and his fellow officials: on the tenth of Mounichion Theomnestos son of Deisitheos of Ionidai registered as public property a house in Alopeke (10) belonging to Theosebes son of Theophilos of Xypete, bounded to the north by the road to the Daidaleion and the Daidaleion,[4] to the south by Philippos of Agryle, Theosebes having been convicted of robbery of sacred property (hierosulias) and not having awaited judgement,[5] for its value in excess of the 150 drachmas for (15) which the property was pledged as security to Smikythos of Teithras.[6] Witnesses to the registration (klētēr) Diogeiton of Alopeke, Philoitios of Ionidai. Kichonides son of Diogeiton of Gargettos and the society (koinon) of members of the phratry (phraterōn) Medontidai[7] entered a claim (enepeskēpsato) that 100 drachmas was owed to him and to the phratry members on the house in Alopeke (20) which Theomnestos of Ionidai registered as belonging to Theosebes of Xypete, bounded to the north by the road to the Daidaleion and the Daidaleion, to the south by Philippos of Agryle, “this house having been mortgaged (apodomeno) to me and the phratry members by Theophilos of Xypete, the father of Theosebes”. (25) It was decided that the money was owed. Isarchos son of Philon of Xypete contends (amphisbētai) that he is owed 30 drachmas on the house in Alopeke which Theomnestos son of Deisitheos of Ionidai registered, “I having buried Theophilos, whose house this was, and his wife”.[8] It (30) was decided that the money was owed. Aischines of Melite and the society of orgeones entered a claim on the house which Theomnestos of Ionidai registered, that they were owed 24 drachmas, “we having lent Theophilos this amount on the security of this house”. It (35) was decided that it was owed. Purchaser, Lysanias son of Palathion of Lakiadai, 575 drachmas. The city has a fifth of this as deposit and the sales tax and the herald’s fee,[9] and Smikythos of Teithras has the one hundred and fifty drachmas, in a single payment, in accordance with the registration.
Mines (40) These mines were sold (eprathē) in the first prytany, of Hippothontis:[10] Dexiakon at Skopias in Nape, bounded on all sides by Nikias of Kydantidai, purchaser Kallias of Sphettos, 20 drachmas; Diakon at Laurion, bounded to the east by the estate of Exopios, to the west by the mountain, purchaser Epiteles of Kerameis, 20 drachmas; at (45) Sounion, on the property of the children of Charmylos, bounded to the north by Kleokritos of Aigilia, to the south by Leukios of Sounion, purchaser Pheidippos of Pithos, 20 drachmas; Poseidoniakon in Nape, from those on the stele, on the property of Alypetos, bounded by Kallias of Sphettos and Diokles of Pithos, purchaser Thasylochos of Anagyrous, 1550 drachmas; (50) Hagnosiakon, from those on the stele, purchaser Telesarchos of Aixone, 1550 drachmas; Artemisiakon, from those on the stele, purchaser Thrasylochos of Anagyrous, 150 drachmas. In the second prytany, of Antiochis, at Laurion the mine itself and the cuttings, bounded to the north by Diopeithes of Euonymon and the furnace of Demostratos of Kytherros, to the (55) south by the workshop of Diopeithes and the waggon road and the torrent of the Thorikians, purchaser Kephisodotos of Aithalidai, 20 drachmas; Demetriakon on the property of Timesios in Nape, bounded by Nikias of Kydantidai, to the south by Diokles of Pithos, purchaser Demon of Agryle, 20 drachmas; in Maroneia Hermaikon, bounded by Diophanes of Sounion, (60) purchaser Philinos of Sounion, 20 drachmas. In the third prytany, of Oineis, in Laurion, Theognideion,[11] from the stele, bounded by the land of Exopios, purchaser Kallias of Lamptrai, 50 drachmas. In the fourth prytany, of Kekropis, at Sounion, in Nape, Pyrrhieion,[11] bounded to the east by Kallias of Alopeke, to the west by Nikias (65) of Kydantidai, purchaser Kallias of Sphettos, 20 drachmas; at Thorikos Archegeteion on the property of Demophilos, bordered to north and south by Demophilos, purchaser Kephisophon of Sybridai, 20 drachmas; in Nape on the estate of the wife of Charmylos,[12] bounded by the estate of the wife of Alypetos,[12] to the north by Teleson of Sounion, to (70) the east by the estate of Teleson of Sounion, to the west by Epikrates of Pallene, purchaser Epikles of Sphettos, 20 drachmas. In the fifth prytany, of Aigeis, Archegeteion and the cuttings, lacking a stele, at Besa on the property of Kephisodotos and Kallias, bounded to the east by the tower and house of (75) Kallias of Lamptrai, to the north by the workshop of Kephisodotos, to the south by the Archegeteion, purchaser Kephisodotos of Aithalidai, 20 drachmas. In the seventh prytany, of Leontis, at Sounion at Thrasymos, Kerameikon, bounded by Diopeithes of Euonymon, purchaser Aleximachos of Pelekes, 20 drachmas; at Sounion in Nape on the property of the children of Charmylos (80) bounded to the north by Pyrrhakos of Aigilia,[13] to the south by Leukios of Sounion, purchaser Pheidippos of Pithos, 20 drachmas. In the ninth prytany, of Erechtheis, at Sounion, from those on the stele, Leukippeion[11] at Besa, purchaser Chairedemos of Hagnous, 150 drachmas.[14]