Honours for the girls who worked the wool for Athena's peplos

SEG 53.143 Date: 108/7 BC
 
Fragment a
Decree 1[1] . . . . . . [the Games-sponsor (agōnothetēs)][2] (?) and the Games-masters (athlothetai)[3] . . . . . . for those who have made the peplos well . . . . . . the People a foliage crown . . . (5) . . . the peplos . . . white raiment[4] . . . . . . Games-sponsor (agōnothetēs) for the procession (?) . . . . . .
Fragment b
. . . these . . . process . . . . . . [Praxiergi or Euenori]dai[5] receive (paralabōsin) the year's (epheteion) peplos[6] . . . . . . cloak (himation), they march out, they shall hand over to the . . . joining in taking care of the division (diaireseōs) . . . [so that] (5) the Council and People may be seen to divide (diairoumenoi?) . . . . . .
Decree 2 In the archonship of Demochares (108/7), [in the - prytany, of -, for which - son of] Dionysodoros of Ankyle was secretary, . . . - (-dekatēi) of the prytany. Principal Assembly in the theatre. Of the presiding committee, - son of (10) Timyllos of Eroiadai was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and the People decided; - son of - of Melite proposed: since, having made an approach to the Council, the fathers of the maidens who worked for Athena the wool for the peplos[7] make clear that the maidens have followed all the decrees of the People about these matters and have done what is right (dikaia) and have made the procession in accordance with the prescriptions in a most fine and seemly manner, and have also prepared (15) from their own resources a silver bowl (phialēn) of one hundred drachmas, which they wish to dedicate to Athena as a reminder (hupomnēma) of their piety towards the goddess; and they request the Council and People to permit the dedication of the bowl; with good fortune, the Council shall decide, that those allotted to preside at the next Assembly shall put these matters on the agenda, and submit to the People the opinion of the Council that it seems good to the Council to permit the dedication of the bowl (20) which the maidens have prepared (kateskeuakasin), as [prescribed? and to praise and crown] each of them with a foliage crown for their piety towards the gods and their love of honour (philotimias) towards the Council and People. There shall be inscribed . . . of the Games-sponsor (agōnothetou) of the Panathenaia, Themistokles . . . by the prytany secretary on a stone stele this decree and the names [of the maidens ? and] (25) he shall set it up on the acropolis by the temple (naon) of Athena Polias, in order that . . . their zeal and love of toil (philoponia) may be readily emulated (euparakolouthētos?).
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ErechtheisI [8] [Kalli]nike daughter of Aischines of Kephisia [Philo]tera daughter of Gerostratos of Lamptrai (30) [Dio]nysia daughter of Dionysios of Kephisia [-]ppe daughter of Hypsikles of Lamptrai [Kal]linoe daughter of Pyrrhos of Lamptrai [Agatho?]kleia daughter of Agathokles of Kedoi [Them]istodike daughter of Mikion of Kephisia (35) [-]nike daughter of Pollis of Pergase [-]strate daughter of Theogenes of Lamptrai [Xeno]strate daughter of Agias of Euonymon [-]a daughter of Menodotos of Lamptrai AigeisII (40) [-]o daughter of Patron of Myrrhinoutta [-]ste daughter of Sosikrates of Phegaia [Myro?] daughter of Theodoros of Myrrhinoutta [-]e daughter of Kallias of Bate [-]a daughter of Ariston of Ankyle (45) - daughter of Apollonides (?) of Otryne - daughter of -onos of Erchia . . .
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AkamantisVI Kleo daughter of Sokrates of Kerameis Apollonia daughter of - of Cholargos (50) Kleo daughter of Nikias of Thorikos Kall- daughter of - of Sphettos Diodora daughter of Asklapos of Sphettos Philotera daughter of Philotheos of Kerameis Nikomache daughter of Asklepiades of Sphettos (55) Philotera daughter of Nikomachos of Cholargos PtolemaisV Pamphile daughter of Xe[nokrates?] of Kydantidai Ai[. .]ron - daughter of - of - Demonike daughter of Dionysokles of Hekale (60) Dionysia daughter of Asklepiades of Phlya Hierokleia daughter of Dionysios of Phlya Agathokleia daughter of Biottos of Phlya Mneso daughter of Asklepiades of Berenikidai Isias daughter of Aristomedes of Aigilia (65) Demostrate daughter of Chairephanes of Aphidna Kleopatra daughter of - of Berenikidai (?) . . .
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[HippothontisIX] . . . . . . (70) . . . . . . . . . . . . B- (75) . . . Gorg- Ag- or Hag- M- E- or He- (80) Hed- [AiantisX] . . . K- . . . (85) M- . . . . . .