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Today we publish 14 January 2021: and AIUK vol. 11 ( Ashmolean Museum) accompanied by more lightly annotated versions on the AIO main site. At the same time we publish AIUK vol. 4.3B ( British Museum, Ephebic Monuments) , on the Athenian ephebate in the Roman period; and we issue on the main site a number of other key inscriptions on the Athenian ephebate in the Roman period. For a full list of today's new main-site entries see AIO Papers vol. 12 Publication 14 January 2021.
Today we publish 15 December 2020: accompanied by versions with briefer annotation on the main site. These include: three enactments of the deme Piraeus, AIUK vol. 4.3A ( British Museum, Decrees of Other Bodies) , AIUK 4.3A, no. 1 no. 2 and no. 3; three decrees of voluntary associations, no. 4, no. 5 and no. 6; a decree of the 2nd cent. BC of the Athenian community at Myrina on Lemnos, a decree of the 2nd cent. AD of the world-wide association of theatrical professionals, and a decree of the Areopagos of 195/6 AD. In addition we include on the main site new or revised versions of the two decrees of the deme Piraeus not in the BM, and Agora XVI 160 ; ten 4th cent. BC decrees of the deme Eleusis and one of the genos Kerykes; IG II 2 1177 the decree of the Sarapiastai from Rhamnous of the 3rd cent. BC; and the earliest (3rd cent. BC) and latest (1st cent. BC) decrees of the Athenian association of theatrical professionals. For a full list of today's new items see Publication 15 December 2020.
Today we publish 3 November 2020: , accompanied by versions with briefer notes on the main site: from the 4th cent. BC, AIUK 9 (Brocklesby Park) a dedication commemorating victory in the cavalry contest, "anthippasia" (adds a new fragment to IG II 3 4, 251); a figurative funerary monument for Moschos; a figurative funerary monument for Chairion; a dedication to Pan and the Nymphs; and from the Roman period, a dedicaton after recovery from illness depicting a reclining Herakles. We also publish in a 4th cent. BC funerary monument depicting 5 individuals, together with a AIUK 13 (Mount Stewart) briefer version on the main site.
We publish today 23 July 2020: , containing images of the five post-Sullan inscriptions honouring ephebes that were the subject of AIO Papers 11B . We also publish entries for the two major choregic monuments post-dating the dissolution of the Athenian democracy in 321/0 BC, those of AIO Papers 11 Nikias and of Thrasyllos, and complete the sequence of dedications by agonothetai, - IG II 3 4, 518 539 ( was already on AIO), revising also the notes on the IG II 3 4, 528 Lysikrates monument (. We have revised the entries for IG II 3 4, 460) Athens' treaty with the Thracian kings, 357 BC (RO 47) and the treaty with the Thracian, Paionian and Illyrian kings, 356/5 BC (RO 53). AIO now includes updated Greek texts, translations and notes for all the Attic inscriptions in RO. We publish the marker of property of the Piraeans, ; and we adjust AIO's entry for IG II 2 2623 the sacrificial calendar of Thorikos (CGRN 32) (ll. 40-41) in the light of the recent update of CGRN. Where up-to-date Greek texts are not available elsewhere online in open access, we have added them in this release to entries first published on AIO in 2017 and 2018, lightly revising the translations and notes. All translations on AIO are now accompanied by a corresponding Greek text either on AIO itself or on a linked open-access site. For a list of new entries published today see Publication 23 July 2020.
Today we publish in 9 April 2020: the first edition of an Attic funerary monument of the 4th century BC, together with AIUK 12 (Great North Museum: Hancock) a briefer version on the AIO main site. We also publish a full set of the inscriptions which are perhaps records of Attic manumissions of the 4th century BC, E. Meyer, ; and we edit Metics and the Athenian Phialai-Inscriptions (2010), 1-33 , completing on AIO the series of inscriptions conventionally associated with Athens' settlement of the Euboean revolt in 446 BC (see also IG I 3 39 and IG I 3 40 ). We have continued adding Greek texts where an up-to-date Greek text is not available elsewhere in open access, completing coverage of entries first published on AIO in IG I 3 41 2015 and 2016 and lightly revising the translations and notes. For a full list of today's new items see Publication 9 April 2020.
Today we publish 27 January 2020: , with corresponding briefer editions on the main site. These include, from the 5th century BC, AIUK 4.2 (British Museum, Decrees of the Council and Assembly) Decrees about the Eleusinian Mysteries, about Erythrai, about Hestiaia, about a treaty with Rhegion, about the tribute, about building a temple; from the 4th century BC, Honours for Euagoras of Salamis, 394/3 BC, for a man from Argos, for a seer (?), with relief, for Asandros of Macedon, 314/3 BC; and from Hellenistic and Roman Athens, Honours for Spartokos III of the Bosporan kingdom, 285/ 4 BC, Honours, 259/8 BC, Decree, 255/4 BC, Decrees honouring the prytany of Ptolemais, 192/1 BC, honouring ephebes, 40/39 or 39/8 BC, on the conveyance of sacred objects for the Eleusinian Mysteries. We also publish editions on the AIO main site, with Greek texts, of the 5th-cent. decree awarding citizenship to Euagoras of Salamis; and of four decrees of tribes etc. relating to the ephebate in the years after 334/3 BC, AIO 1968, 1969, 1976, 1977, together with light revisions to RO 89 (notes) and to the ephebic dedications of the same period, - IG II 3 4, 329 352. We have continued adding Greek texts where an up-to-date Greek text is not available elsewhere in open access, completing coverage of entries first published on AIO in 2013 and 2014, also lightly revising the translations and notes. We also publish today the second edition of our Short Guide to Materials on AIO.
We publish today 21 October 2019: , with corresponding revised editions on the main site (including Greek texts and images) of AIUK 4.1 (British Museum, Cult Provisions) (cult provisions from the City Eleusinion) , IG I 3 232 244 (ordinances of Skambonidai) and 246 (sacrificial calendar); and AIUK 7 (Chatsworth) , with corresponding new entries on the main site (including Greek texts and images): AIUK 8 (Broomhall) (funerary monument), AIUK 7 no. 1 no. 2 (statue base), no. 3 (decree fragment); (painted funerary stele), AIUK 8 no. 1 no. 2, no. 3, no. 4 (funerary stelai), no. 5 (sarcophagus). We also publish a revision based on autopsy of the 5th cent. sacrificial calendar (with Greek text) together with an entry for IG I 3 234 (translation); translations of the remaining ephebic dedications of the Hellenistic and Roman periods, IG II 3 4, 1061 – IG II 3 4, 365 425 (overview at 357; the overviews of ephebic inscriptions in the notes to RO 89 and have also been updated); and the dedications by athletes and other competitors in Panhellenic festivals, IG II 3 4, 329 – IG II 3 4, 578 630 (overview at 578). Also new are entries for and IG I 3 520 521, which complete the sequence of "donaria publica" from before 403/2 BC, – IG I 3 501 525. We have updated our entries for public dedications to account for the Addenda in IG II 3 4, fasc. 3 (2019), pp. 683-87. For a full list of today's 123 new items see Publication 21 October 2019.
We publish today 1 July 2019: and AIUK 5 (Lyme Park) , with new editions of AIUK 6 (Leeds City Museum) , IG II 2 10817 6999, 11132 and 9186. We also publish new Greek texts (from autopsy) and annotated translations of the five post-Sullan monuments inscribed with decrees of the Council and Assembly honouring ephebes, together with the associated : AIO Papers 11 , AIO 1798 1836, 924 [with video], 1838, 1837; further translations of Hellenistic ephebic dedications, - IG II 3 4, 357 364 and 375; translations of the 34 dedications by Attic associations, - IG II 3 4, 631 664 (new suggestions on 635, 646, 650), along with revisions to the notes on . We have lightly revised the Hellenistic honorific decrees from Rhamnous, adding Greek texts where needed and notes: IG II 3 4, 18 (date), I Rhamnous 1 3, 4, 6, 7, 10,
17. We also release further Greek texts (minor new readings) and translations of decrees of v BC: , IG I 3 12 13, 15a, 15b-c, 15d, 16, along with light revisions to the notes on and IG I 3 11 14. For a list of the 58 new translations published today see Publication 1 July 2019. We have also released an API and launched a crowdfunding campaign.
In this release we complete our coverage of Assembly decrees datable to before the late 450s BC, adding 2 April 2019: , IG I 3 2 3 (and the related dedication, ), SEG 51.48 4, 8, and lightly revising , IG I 3 1 5, 7 and 6 (which will be further revised shortly in the context of AIUK). We also publish the dedications by soldiers and military officials, - IG II 3 4, 243 328 and 528, Bugh, , and some related texts: decrees honouring Cavalry Inscriptions 1 a phylarch and a military figure; two decrees of the Paraloi, , IG II 2 1254 Petzl, ; a decree Das Wrack 3 of the . We have continued adding up-to-date Greek texts where they are not available online elsewhere in open access, focussing in this release mainly on important 5th-century inscriptions: prodromoi OR 108, 121, 136, 137, 138,
IG I 3 5 82,
236B. The corresponding translations and notes have been lightly revised. We have also added an up-to-date Greek text of the unique Athenian decree of 302/1 BC honouring a public slave. For a full list of the 94 new translations published today see Publication 2 April 2019. In January we published , a short teaching guide to materials available on AIO, with FAQs. AIO Papers 10
We publish today a new Greek text and translation of 2 January 2019: (decree relating to Salamis, c. 508-500 BC?) and a first batch of ephebic dedications, most dating before 321 BC, listed at IG I 3 1 Publication 2 January 2019. At the same time we update and expand the notes on the ephebic decrees RO 89. In the context of improving our coverage of early 4th-cent. laws and decrees, we have revised the law on the approval of silver coinage, 375/4 BC, the alliance with Karystos, 357/6 BC, the decree on the cult of Asklepios in Piraeus, early-iv BC, and the law on the repair of the sanctuary at Brauron, 354/3-343 BC. We have also added Greek texts of most of the laws and decrees of 403/2-353/2 BC included on AIO. Where they differ from previously published texts they have been allocated specific AIO numbers: Browse by Source - AIO. In addition we have revised and updated the decree on the property of Kodros, Neleus and Basile, 418/7 BC (notes), the sacrificial calendar of the Marathonian Tetrapolis, 375-350 BC (translation and notes), and the tribal decrees honouring the taxiarch of Kekropis, 339/8 BC (Greek text, translation and notes).
For the video of a talk about three Attic inscriptions in the British Museum which make cult provisions see 12 September 2018: . (The handout is available on The AIO Youtube channel ). academia.edu
We publish today the third volume of Attic Inscriptions in UK Collections, 3 September 2018: , including (section 3) a general introduction to private Attic funerary monuments. More lightly annotated translations, Greek texts and images of the inscriptions are available on the AIO main site. Three videos about the inscriptions in the Fitzwilliam are also issued today: AIUK 3 (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge) Assembly Decrees; The Sandwich Marble; Funerary Monuments. We are also publishing translations of dedications by public arbitrators. For a full list of the new translations see Publication 3 September 2018. In addition we have begun linking to images of squeezes of inscriptions at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton ( Krateros).
We publish today translations of the Roman period dedications by archons from the cave of Apollo on the north face of the Acropolis, together with decrees honouring wealthy Athenian benefactors of the later fourth century BC, Xenokles of Sphettos and Neoptolemos of Melite. A full list of the 85 new translations is at 26 July 2018: Publication 26 July 2018. We also update the notes on and AIUK 2 no. 1 . IG II 3 4, 207
We publish today a further 40 public dedications, mainly by Council prytanies, but including three by military officials, together with 2 July 2018: . A list of the new translations is at AIO Papers 9 Publication 2 July 2018. At the same time we update the notes on , IG I 3 515 , IG II 3 1, 306 417, 880, 921, 922, , IG II 3 4, 2 42, 49, 57, 72, 97, 103; and publish the Greek texts underlying the translations in : AIO Papers 8 The Chalkis Decree, and the The Tribute Reassessment Decree.
We publish today 20 dedications by or involving villages ( 28 June 2018: komai), demes and tribes, listed Publication 28 June 2018. We have also updated and IG II 3 4, 223 . IG II 3 4, 224
For a video about the Athenian inscription in Petworth House (AIUK 1) see 29 May 2018: . The AIO Youtube channel
We publish today a further 33 public dedications, including allotment machines, 4 May 2018: – IG II 3 4, 106 , an official measuring vessel, IG II 3 4, 109 and a list of official meat prices in the Piraeus, IG II 3 4, 124 . IG II 3 4, 214
In this release we publish the first two volumes of Attic Inscriptions in UK Collections (AIUK): 30 April 2018: and AIUK 1 (Petworth House) . At the same time we are issuing on the AIO main site more lightly annotated translations of the inscriptions included in the AIUK volumes, accompanied by Greek texts and images: the Assembly decree in Petworth honouring the maidens who worked on Athena's AIUK 2 (British School at Athens) peplos, ; the two Assembly decrees in the BSA, AIUK 1 no. 1 AIUK 2 nos. 1, 2, the five dedications or statue bases, , AIUK 2 nos. 3 4, 5, 6, 7, the list of names on a wall block, , and the seven funerary monuments, AIUK 2 no. 8 , AIUK 2 nos. 9 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.
In this release we publish translations of 43 dedications by officials, 29 March 2018: – IG II 3 4, 28 . These include small adjustments to the texts of IG II 3 4, 105 and IG II 3 4, 97 . IG II 3 4, 103
In this release we publish translations of two further short religious inscriptions of the 5th century BC, 13 March 2018: and I Eleus. 7 , together with a series of public dedications of the 6th and 5th centuries BC, IG I 3 230 – IG I 3 501 . This includes e.g. the dedication commemorating the Athenian victory over the Boeotians and Chalkidians in 506 BC, IG I 3 525 , the base of the statues of the tyrannicides, Harmodios and Aristogeiton, IG I 3 501 , and the dedication which perhaps commemorated the first celebration of the Great Panathenaic Games, IG I 3 502 . We also publish the remaining dedications of the Council and People from after 403 BC, IG I 3 507 , IG II 3 4, 7 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19.
For the video of a lecture about Attic Inscriptions Online and the Attic inscriptions in the British School at Athens delivered by Stephen Lambert at the BSA on Monday 5 March see 7 March 2018: . (The lecture handout is available on The BSA Youtube channel ) academia.edu
In this release we publish translations of the 24 Attic inscriptions in the 3 January 2018: which were not previously included in AIO: fragmentary sacrificial calendars from the City Eleusinion Collection of Greek Ritual Norms , and from the Acropolis CGRN 7 and CGRN 20 (with new readings), sacrificial calendars from Teithras CGRN 21 , and Eleusis CGRN 55 , Athenian decrees relating to sacrifices at Eleusis CGRN 94 , to the festival of Hephaistos (?) CGRN 8 , to Asklepios in Piraeus CGRN 43 , decrees of the demes Paiania CGRN 46 , Phrearrhioi CGRN 25 , Piraeus CGRN 103 (Thesmophorion), and Cholargos CGRN 78 (Thesmophoria), decree of orgeones of Echelos and the heroines CGRN 79 , sacrificial regulation relating to priestly portions and tariffs CGRN 102 , small sacrificial regulations from Piraeus relating to Asklepios and associated deities CGRN 61 , to the CGRN 54 Moirai 53, to Artemis 77, from Athens , CGRN 72 95, 133, 134, 135, from Halimous , late hell. regulation for Asklepios and Hygieia CGRN 73 . We also update CGRN 215 (Little Panathenaia) = IG II 3 1, 447 CGRN 92 and introduce a facility to Browse by Findspot and Original location.
This release further enhances coverage of key documents of 403-353 BC, adding or revising: 15 September 2017: RO 25 (Silver coinage law), RO 26 (Grain tax law), RO 33 and RO 34 (Dionysios of Syracuse), RO 35 (Protest to Aitolian League), RO 36 (Sales of confiscated property and mine leases), RO 38 (Menelaos the Pelagonian), RO 41 (Alliance with Peloponnesian cities after Mantinea), RO 44 (Thessalian federation). Also new are the funerary monument for the midwife and doctor, Phanostrate (4th cent. BC), , and a dedication newly identified as probably relating to the same woman, IG II 2 6873 ; dedications relating to the doctor, Jason of Acharnai (2nd cent. AD), IG II 3 4, 700 and IG II 3 4, 808 836; further 4th cent. BC dedications by the Council or Assembly: ; IG II 3 4, 1 2; 4; 5; 6; some significant 3rd cent. BC inscriptions from Rhamnous (translations only): (Soldiers honour unit leaders), I Rham. 1 3 (Honours for general Epichares), 4 (Honours for general and soldiers), 6 (Honours for demarch), 7 (Divine honours for king Antigonos), 10 (Honours for general), 17 (Honours for Dikaiarchos of Thria); three inscriptions of 4th cent. AD: , IG II 2 5, 13252 13253, 13293. We are also pleased to announce the start on 1 Oct. of the 4-year AHRC-funded project, Attic Inscriptions in UK Collections (AIUK).
In this release we continue to expand and deepen coverage of key documents of 403-353 BC, revising and/or adding notes to: 12 July 2017: RO 17 (Athenian relations with Erythrai), RO 18 (Klazomenai), RO 19 (Phanokritos of Parion), RO 20 (Chios), RO 21 (Straton of Sidon), RO 22 (Prospectus of Second Athenian League), RO 23 and RO 24 (early agreements with League allies), RO 29 (Paros), RO 31 (Mytilene), RO 33 and RO 34 (Dionysios of Syracuse), RO 39 (Ioulis), RO 52 (Andros); adding new translations of the decrees for the seer, Sthorys of Thasos, , and regulating the export of ochre from Keos, IG II 2 17 RO 40; and adjusting notes to other inscriptions of 403-353 BC. Also new are a dedication of a statue of Democracy by the Council of 333/2 BC, ; two markers of properties mortgaged to friendly societies ( IG II 3 4, 3 eranistai), and IG II 2 2721 ; the extensive epigraphical record of the cult of the "Thracian" deity, Bendis, Agora XIX H84 , IG I 3 136 , IG II 2 1255 1256, 1283, 1284, 1324, 1361, 1317b, , SEG 44.60 , SEG 59.151 152, 155, ; and some significant 3rd cent. BC inscriptions (translations only), IG II 3 4, 591 , Agora XV 69 , IG II 2 1225 , I Eleus. 182 184, 193, 196.
Today we publish 12 June 2017: , which includes an introduction to inscribed Athenian decrees of the 5th century BC and historical discussion of two important documents of the Athenian Empire, the Chalkis decree ( AIO Papers 8 ) and the tribute reassessment decree ("Thoudippos' decree", IG I 3 40 ). We have also upgraded the Browse facility to enable IG I 3 71 browsing by date and introduced an Advanced Search.
Today we publish 186 new translations, completing our coverage of the decrees of the Council and Assembly of 200/199-168/7 BC, 9 March 2017: - IG II 3 1, 1258 . Every inscription published to date in IG II 3 1, 1461 has now been translated on AIO. Two of the new translations include small new changes to texts printed in IG II 3 1 IG II 3, explained in the sidenotes: (honouring a cavalry commander); IG II 3 1, 1281 (honouring service to the Eleusinian deities). Translations and notes published previously have also been updated, mainly, but not only, those in the range IG II 3 1, 1387 - IG II 3 1, 1256 . Other new translations are of the choregic monument of Lysikrates, IG II 3 1, 1461 , and some hellenistic inscriptions relating to the cavalry and their commanders: IG II 3 4, 460 ; Agora XVI 270/1 ; I Eleus. 183 ; IG II 2 1264 ; SEG 21.525 ; SEG 46.167 . IG II 3 4, 281
This update completes coverage of the revision of Athenian law at the end of the 5th century BC: sacrificial calendar of Athens (including new readings), 10 January 2017: and SEG 52.48A ; law about the trierarchy, SEG 52.48B ; law about taxes or contributions, IG I 3 236a ; law fragment, IG I 3 237 ; revised notes to Draco's homicide law, SEG 39.18 . It also begins revising and expanding coverage of key historical inscriptions of 403-353 BC: decrees of 401/0 BC honouring Athenians and foreigners who resisted the Thirty, IG I 3 104 , SEG 28.45 RO 4; alliance with Boeotia, 395 BC, RO 6; memorials of infantry and cavalry killed in Corinthian War, 394 BC, , IG II 2 5221 , IG II 2 5222 ; restoration of Piraeus walls, 395/4-394/3, IG II 2 6217 , IG II 2 1656 1657; honours for Dionysios of Syracuse, 394/3 BC, RO 10; for Euagoras of Salamis, 394/3 BC, RO 11; decree relating to Klazomenai, 387/6 BC (with new fragment), RO 18. The update also includes the following further inscriptions relating to religion: law on repairs of sanctuary of Artemis at Brauron, ; provisions for priests and priestesses (in Aixone?), SEG 52.104 ; dedication of a house and garden to Asklepios, SEG 54.214 ; decree of Aixone awarding honours for management of a festival, IG II 2 4969 ; tribal decree honouring a priest of Asklepios, SEG 46.154 ; honours for religious officials at Aixone, IG II 2 1163 ; decree regulating cult, IG II 2 1199 ; two commemorative herms of the 3rd cent. A.D., IG II 2 1234 , IG II 2 3764 ; a choregic dedication (from Aixone?), IG II 2 3960 ; and a funerary columella, IG II 3 4, 498 . Image links have been expanded to include images on the Agora excavations website and on Wikimedia Commons. IG II 2 9160
This update adds five annotated translations which complete coverage of the Attic inscriptions in Robin Osborne and P. J. Rhodes, 30 September 2016: Greek Historical Inscriptions 478-404 BC (forthcoming): Memorial of the Argives killed at Tanagra, OR 111; Funerary monument of an Athenian on Aegina, OR 113; Accounts of Nemesis at Rhamnous, OR 134; Decree of deme Plotheia, OR 159; Restoration to Thasians of proxeny destroyed by the Thirty, OR 177B.
Translations of the following major inscriptions of the 5th cent. BC have been added: on the first-fruits at Eleusis, 15 September 2016: ; honouring Neapolis in Thrace, I Eleus. 28a ; about permanent dining rights ( IG I 3 101 sitesis) in the city hall, (with new readings); Athenian tribute list, 418/7 BC, IG I 3 131 ; loans from the sacred treasuries, 433/2-423/2 BC, IG I 3 287 ; payments from the treasury of Athena, 418/7-415/4 BC, IG I 3 369 ; payments from the treasury of Athena, 411/0 BC, IG I 3 370 ; payments for Athens' war against Samos, IG I 3 373 OR 138; treaty with Samos, 439 BC ; honouring Thrasyboulos and associates, IG I 3 48 ; honouring Archelaos, king of Macedon, IG I 3 102 OR 188; and of the statue base for the hearth-initiate Publia Aelia Herennia, . Notes have been added and the translations revised of the following 5th-cent. inscriptions: honours for Pythophanes, I Eleus. 621 ; for the Samians, IG I 3 98 ; for Herakleides of Klazomenai, IG II 2 1 OR 157; sacrificial calendar of Thorikos, OR 146; on the administration of the property of Kodros, Neleus and Basile, ; payments from the treasury of Athena, 410/9 BC, IG I 3 84 . IG I 3 375
This release brings to fruition major elements of a programme of IT development, supported by the Mellon Foundation, designed to create enhanced synergies between AIO and other relevant online resources (project TIGLIO). All translations are now encoded in Epidoc via the Leiden+ syntax. Links to online images have been installed, starting with the OhioLink and Aleshire Center websites (e.g. 9 May 2016: IG II), as well as links to the Pleiades mapping database (for places, e.g. 3 1, 447 IG I). We have also begun installing links to the LGPN database (for persons, e.g. 3 259 IG II, activated initially via the "Places On" button), and have for the first time included data about present locations of the inscriptions, in addition to findspots and original locations. In response to feedback from our recent survey, a source reference lookup has been introduced on the Home Page, and it is now possible to browse inscriptions not only by source reference, but by present location, publication date on AIO, monument type and inscription type. Internal links have been enhanced and links from AIO Papers to translations have been installed. The following 110 new translations have been added: decree providing for support of orphans of men killed under the oligarchy (of 411 BC?), 3 1, 293 OR 178; the remaining decrees and fragments datable to 300/299-230/29 BC, IG II- 3 1, 1030 1134; decrees honouring the girls who worked the wool for Athena's peplos, SEG 53.143 and two others; a dedication commemorating a young girl's service on the acropolis as arrephoros, IG II; and one naming a priest (of Asklepios?), 2 3488 IG II. Other translations and notes have been updated. 2 4443
New translations of major inscriptions, mostly of the 5th cent. BC, or notes added, relating to buildings and cults on or by the acropolis: 20 January 2016: IG I (building accounts of Parthenon), 3 449 IG I, 3 458 459, 460 (accounts of Pheidias' statue of Athena), IG I (inventory of Hekatompedon), 3 329 IG I, 3 474 IG I, 3 476 AIO Papers 7 no. 1, AIO Papers 7 no. 2 (building accounts of Erechtheion), IG I (privileges of the Praxiergidai), 3 7 IG I, 3 35 36, 596, 1330 (temple and priesthood of Athena Nike), IG II, 2 3453 3464 (priestess of Athena Polias and her diakonos), SEG 47.232 (foundation record of Asklepieion); IG I; regulations of the Eleusinian Mysteries: 3 479 IEleus. 19; memorials of war-dead: IG I,
3 1147 1162; gravestone of Pythion of Megara: IG I; laws of the deme Skambonidai: 3 1353 IG I; Athenian relations with other cities: 3 244 IG I, 3 40 IG I; laws revised ca. 409 BC: 3 364 IG I, 3 104 105. Remaining decrees attributable to 287/6-263/2 BC: IG II- 3 1, 924 979; remaining dated decrees of 262/1-230/29 BC: IG II- 3 1, 980 1029. AIO Papers 7 on the last building accounts of the Erechtheion. Updates to other translations and notes.
Two translations of inscriptions relating to priests/priestesses added: 20 September 2015: IG I; 3 953 IG II. User 2 1362 questionnaire introduced.
29 new translations of major 5th-century BC inscriptions, or notes added or expanded: 12 September 2015: IG I,
3 9 10,
70 new, lightly annotated, translations of decrees of 300/299-288/7 BC and dated decrees of 287/6-263/2 BC:
IG II - 3 1, 844 IG II; two other hellenistic decrees: 3 1, 923 IG II; 3 1, 929 IG II;
inscriptions of the deme Halai Aixonides: 3 1, 1310 RO 46, IG I,
3 249 1012,
2 1174 1175,
AM 1942, 8 no. 6a 9 no. 6b,
9 no. 6c,
SEG 38.124 40.216,
a selection of inscriptions mostly referring to religious rites:
SEG 28.225 ,
IEleus 211 278,
Updates to other translations and notes. 2 3704
Further links to Greek texts installed; translations published of 39 decrees relating to priests, priestesses and festivals: 25 May 2015: IG II,
3 1 879 881,
Priests and Priestesses 19,
of 5 inscriptions relating to phratries (Demotionidai), genē (Salaminioi, Euenoridai) and thiasoi:
Lambert, Salaminioi 2,
honours for a friend of Eumenes II ( IG II),
honours for Kephisodoros ( 3 1 1257 IG II);
3 1 1292 IG II.
Updates to other translations. Feedback form introduced. 3 1 1458
A selection of links to Greek texts on IG and PHI websites installed, and internal links from source references to bibliographical details. AIO Papers 6, on the decrees honouring Lykourgos of Boutadai, published, with updates to notes on IG II2 457 + 3207. Translations published of IG II2 502 + (decree of 302/1 BC honouring a public slave) and of the 14 decrees honouring ephebes of 197/6-168/7 BC, including two well preserved inscriptions first edited in IG II3 1 (1256 and 1313). Updates to translations, bibliography and notes on 94 other inscriptions. 9 February 2015:
Translations of the decree honouring Lykourgos, IG II2 457 + 3207, and the ephebic oath and oath of Plataia from Acharnai, SEG 21.519, added, with notes. Fuller notes added to laws and decrees of 352/1-322/1 BC, IG II3 1, 292-572, and the decree honouring ephebes of the tribe Kekropis, RO 89. Several bug fixes. 14 September 2014:
Translations of the following inscriptions added: sacrificial calendar of Thorikos; IG I3 84, 375, 377; RO 2, 6, 10, 11, 17-26, 29, 31, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 41, 44, 47, 48, 52, 53; new tribal decree honouring Phanodemos; IG II3 1, 1135-1255; AIO Papers 4 and 5 published, AIO Paper 1 revised. Upgrades including responsive design (to facilitate AIO use on tablets and mobile phones, and fuller annotation) and XML and JSON outputs to facilitate integration with EAGLE. These improvements were supported by the University of Heidelberg and the Humboldt Foundation. 29 July 2014:
Translation of SEG 21.541 added; minor corrections to other translations; AIO Papers 2 and 3 published. 10 May 2014:
Translations of IG I3 255, IG II2 1155, 1243, 1358, 2933 added; translations and notes for other inscriptions improved and expanded. More references included, to SEG and other works. New feature showing dates added and updated. AIO papers launched. 17 March 2014:
Translations of IG I3 9, 11, 14, 34, 35, 36, 46, 52, 53, 54, 61, 83, 92, 98, 104, 110, 118, 119, 123, 127, 227 + add., 227 bis, IOrop 292 added; IG I3 10 revised; translations of all inscriptions in IG II3 revised and notes expanded; Rationes Centesimarum notes expanded. 8 October 2013:
Translation of the accounts of the 1% tax on property transactions (Rationes Centesimarum) added. 10 September 2013:
Translation of IG I3 10 added; references to Staatsverträge des Altertums added. 5 June 2013:
Translation of RO 89 added; search function enhanced; several bugs fixed. 8 April 2013:
Initial site launch. 10 December 2012: