Honours for the archon Nikias and others

IG II3 1 920 Date: 266/5? BC
. . . . . . and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. -as son of Aischylos of S- proposed: concerning the report of the archon about the sacrifices which he made to (5) Dionysos,[1] for good fortune, the People shall decide: that the People shall accept the good things that the archon reports occurred in the sacrifices that he made for the health and preservation of the Council and the Athenian People and the (10) crops in the countryside;[2] and since the archon has made as many other sacrifices as were proper to him on behalf of the Council and People well and piously, and has managed the procession for Dionysos with his assistants and the (15) managers, and continues to manage matters concerning his office according to the laws, to praise the archon Nikias son of Philon of Otryne (266/5) and his assistants, Alkimachos son of Kleoboulos of Myrrhinous, (20) Antiphanes son of Polykrates of Otryne for the piety and love of honour (philotimias) which they continue to have for the Athenian People; and to praise the managers of the procession,[3] Isandros son of Echedemos of Kydathenaion, Mnesitheos (25) son of Echedemos of Kydathenaion, Kallitheos son of Boularchos of Phlya, Antiphates son of Euthykritos of Azenia, Kallaischros son of Diotimos of Pallene, Ameinokles son of Antiphanes of Kettos, Hieron son of Pheidyllos of Aithalidai, Kallippos son of Hippotherses of Acharnai, (30) Polyzelos son of Euenorides of Halai, Theogenes son of Poseidonios of Amphitrope; and to praise the father of the basket-bearer Kalliphon son of Kalliphon of Athmonon; that the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree (35) on a stone stele and stand it in the precinct (temenei) of Dionysos; and for the inscription and making (of the stele) the board of administrators shall allocate the expenditure accrued.