21 Oct 2019: We publish today AIUK 4.1 (British Museum, Cult Provisions), with corresponding revised editions on the main site (including Greek texts and images) of IG I3 232 (cult provisions from the City Eleusinion) , 244 (ordinances of Skambonidai) and 246 (sacrificial calendar); AIUK 7 (Chatsworth) and AIUK 8 (Broomhall), with corresponding new entries on the main site (including Greek texts and images): AIUK 7 no. 1 (funerary monument), no. 2 (statue base), no. 3 (decree fragment); AIUK 8 no. 1 (painted funerary stele), 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 IG I3 234 (with Greek text) together with an entry for IG II3 4, 1061 (translation); translations of the remaining ephebic dedications of the Hellenistic and Roman periods, IG II3 4, 365–425 (overview at 357; the overviews of ephebic inscriptions in the notes to RO 89 and IG II3 4, 329 have also been updated); and the dedications by athletes and other competitors in Panhellenic festivals, IG II3 4, 578–630 (overview at 578). Also new are entries for IG I3 520 and 521, which complete the sequence of "donaria publica" from before 403/2 BC, IG I3 501–525. We have updated our entries for public dedications to account for the Addenda in IG II3 4, fasc. 3 (2019), pp. 683-87. For a full list of today's 123 new items see Publication 21 October 2019.