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By Eran Lupu

This paintings comprises components. half I constitutes a advisor to the corpus of Greek sacred legislation and its contents. A dialogue of the background of the corpus and the foundations governing its composition is by means of a close assessment of its contents, within which the proof is classed in keeping with subject material. half II comprises inscriptions released because the past due Nineteen Sixties from all over the Greek international aside from Cos and Asia Minor (checklists for those are appended). The textual content of every inscription is gifted along restorations, epigraphical statement, translation, and a entire working remark. many of the inscriptions are illustrated. the amount may still turn out invaluable to students of Greek faith, historians, and epigraphists.

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Vacat vacat ca. zero. 072 Restorations. 29 δ[ . ] L. dubitanter: τ. [ε] C. -G (vid. adn. epigr. ) || forty seven παρ. αλ . η. τ. αι . primum recte professional Clinton: καταλ ηται C. et G. Epigraphical statement. i've got visible the stone; i used to be unable to learn securely a few formerly learn letters that are hence dotted. such a lot sigmas are very faint. it's always nearly most unlikely to differentiate among Η and Ν; Α, Δ, and Λ; and Θ and Ο. Dotted Ηs and Νs lack a center stroke; dotted Αs and Δs are exact with Λs; dotted Θs are exact with Οs. 10–11 [. . ]ΕΦΑΝΩΙ. ΧΡ[ . | . ]ΩΙΣΤΕΦΑΝΩΙ lapis (i. e. στεφ νωι χρυσ ι στεφ νωι for στεφαν σαι χρυσ ι στεφ νωι). 22 a few lines seem within the lacuna. moment stoichos: possibly a around letter; 9th stoichos: probably a triangular letter; 10th stoichos: complicated strains. δ[ 29 . ]: The strains of the Þrst letter are uncertain yet don't appear to enable τ. [ ]. 154 rfile 2 Translation Gods Epigenes made a movement; for the great fortune of the demesmen. while Philokomos proposed to the demesmen concerning the Akris that the stone quarries be leased out for the sake of the god, so that the sacriÞce should be played within the absolute best manner, (6) [and] Moirokles has leased them from the demesmen [for] Þve years for 3 part minae a year9 and contributed 100 drachmas for the Þve years, (9) allow it's made up our minds by means of the Eleusinians to commend Philokomos son of Phalanthides, and to crown him with a golden crown, as a result of his advantage and his reliable will towards the demesmen. (12) allow Moirokles supply the money for the crown, within the volume of 1 hundred drachmas, to Philokomos in entrance of the demesmen, (14) and allow them to commend Moirokles son of Euthydemos, as he is taking care, for the sake of the demesmen, that the profit be the top, and allow them to crown him with an olive crown. (Relief ) (18) Philokomos the Eleusinian, son of Phalanthides made a movement; for the nice fortune of the demesmen. so that the profit for Heracles in Akris could be the maximum attainable and the sacriÞce might be played within the very best method, (20) enable the demesmen vote that the demarch hire out within the meeting of the demesmen to the top bidder the stone quarries in Eleusis, [- -] are the sacred estate of Heracles in Akris. (24) permit the lessee make the cost within the archonship of Niketes, on the date for which he obtains the demesmenÕs consent,10 sooner than the sacriÞce; and after the archonship of Niketes, through the elections of magistrates, within the month of Metageitnion, whilst the demesmen meet in meeting within the Theseion. (29) As sureties the lessee shall offer males who will swear truthfully to pay again the agreement rate in complete at the aforementioned date. The demarch shall take this cash and supply it for the pageant of Heracles in Akris. (33) enable the demesmen decide on instantaneous, by way of displaying of arms, nine 10 I.

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