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Honours for priests and religious officials 
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. . . . . . proposed: concerning what the priest of Dionysos . . . and the religious officials (hieropoioi) appointed by the Council [reported] about the sacrifices (hierōn) that they made (ethyon) to Dionysos and (5) to the other gods to whom it was fitting to sacrifice on behalf of the Athenian Council and People, for good fortune, the Council shall resolve: that the presiding committee (proedrous) allotted to preside in the People at the next Assembly shall introduce the priest and the religious officials (hieropoious) to the People, and put their report on the (10) agenda, and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council, that the People should accept the good things, which the priest and the religious officials (hieropoioi) report as having occurred in the sacrifices (hierois) which they made (ethyon) to Dionysos and to the other gods, for the health and preservation of the Athenian Council and People (15) and of the children and women and other possessions of the Athenians; and to praise the priest of Dionysos, Meixigenes of Cholleidai , and of Poseidon Pelagios, Himeraios of Phaleron , and of Zeus Soter, Nikokles of Hagnous , and of Ammon, Pausiades of Phaleron , (20) for their love of honour (philotimias) towards the Council and their piety towards the gods, and crown each of them with a gold crown of 500 drachmas when they have rendered their accounts; and since the religious officials (hieropoioi) chosen by the Council managed (epemelēthēsan) well and with love of honour (philotimōs) the supply of requirements (parastaseōs) for the rites (hiereōn) (25) and . . . of the sacrifices (thysiōn) . . . of the heroes and in other respects concerning the . . . have managed (epimemelēntai) . . . justly and with love of honour (philotimōs) , to praise the religious officials (hieropoious) , Eunomos of Euonymon I , Sybarites of Gargettos II , Gnosias of Kydathenaion III , Phileas of Paionidai IV , Chairephanes of Sphettos V , (30) Apollodoros of Ptelea VI , Autosthenes of Xypete VII , Amiantos of Auridai VIII , Epikrates of Aphidna IX , Philostratos of Pallene X , for their excellence and justice towards the Athenian Council and People and their management (epimeleias) concerning the rites (hiera) , and to crown each of them with a gold crown of 500 (35) drachmas, when they have rendered their accounts; and the treasurer of the People shall also give them for a sacrifice and dedication [50 or 100] drachmas from the People’s fund for expenditure on decrees; and the secretary of the Council shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the theatre of Dionysos ( erased text: [in (40) Piraeus? ]); and for inscribing the stele the treasurer of the People shall give [30 or 40] drachmas from the People’s fund for expenditure on decrees. In crowns: col. 1 Phileas son of Antigenes (45) of Paionidai IV . col. 2 Apollodoros son of Euktemon of Ptelea VI . col. 3 Chairephanes (50) of Sphettos V . col. 1 Epikrates son of Glaukon of Aphidna IX . col. 2 Eunomos (55) of Euonymon I . col. 3 Sybarites of Gargettos II . col. 1 Autosthenes son of Eukl- (60) of Xypete VII . col. 2 Amiantos of Auridai VIII . col. 3 Philostratos of Pallene X . col. 2 (65) Gnosias son of Chairemon of Kydathenaion III .
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