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Decree honouring a public slave

Oliver, Honours for a Public Slave, 119-121 Date: 302/1 BC
 
Fragment a
In the archonship of Nikokles (302/1), in the tenth prytany, of LeontisVI, for which Nikon son of Theodoros of Plotheia was secretary; on the twenty-eighth (tritēi met' eikadas) of Mounichion, the twenty-second (5) of the prytany. Assembly. Of the presiding committee Sosistratos son of Antiphanes of [Kettos?] was putting to the vote, and his fellow presiding committee members: Lysistratos of -, Philophron of Atene, Hegemon of Anagyrous, Niko- of Halai, Phrourides of Oa, Boethos of Thorikos, (10) -os of Athmonon, Antikles of Eleusis, Theodoros of Oinoe, Philinos of Aigilia. The People decided. -ides son of Chariton of Myrrhinous[1] proposed: about what Antiphates the public slave (dēmosios)[2] is deemed to have made a lawful supplication (ennoma hiketeuein), since Epikrates (15) both previously was sent to join camp (sumpemphtheis epi stratopedou) to serve (hupēretēsōn) the general L[eosthenes?][3] and those of the citizens on campaign and remained the whole time . . . after the . . . . . .
Fragment b
. . . . . . and . . . . . . the Athenian People . . . . . . (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . shall decide . . . . . . to [Epik]rates the public slave (Epikratēi tōi dēmosiōi) . . . (10) . . . granted previously . . . . . . serving (hupēretounti) [each?] (kath' hekaston?) . . . . . .