Honorific decree and catalogue of the prytany of Leontis

IG II3 1 417 Date: Ca. 340-325 BC
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[1] . . . . . . [they praise the treasurer?], P- son of -na- of -idai . . . declaring that he is a good man . . . of everything which (5) [the tribesmen?] . . . well . . . [advising] in other respects . . . saying and doing . . . to the People . . . the Council shall resolve: (10) that [the presiding committee (proedrous)] allotted to preside in the People at the next Assembly shall put these matters on the agenda and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good (15) to the Council, to praise P- son of -na- of -idai for his excellence and justice towards the Council . . . golden . . . and crown him (20) with a gold crown of [500 or 1,000] drachmas, when he has rendered his accounts, and he has been deemed to have performed his office justly; and the secretary of the prytany (grammatea tōn prutaneōn) shall inscribe this decree on a stone [stele] and (25) stand it in front of the Council chamber; and for inscribing the stele the treasurer of the People shall give 30 drachmas from the People’s fund for expenditure on decrees, so that others may also [show love of honour (philotimōntai)], in speaking (30) and acting excellently, knowing that that they will obtain due thanks from the Council and the People.
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