Deme decree relating to cult at Paiania

CGRN 25 Date: 450-425 BC
 
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. . . [1] . . . if anyone does [any of these things], let him pay . . . to the deme (5) . . . the priestess shall provide for the - boiling meat and roasting meat; for the Antheia and Proerosia: spits, a bronze pot; the religious officials (10) and whoever they require shall carry rods.[2] It is not permitted to put these stipulations to the vote again unless one hundred demesmen are present.[3] (15) Here (?) (teide),[4] a piglet; to the Eleusinion, for Daira, a female lamb, leader of the Proerosia (preroarchos); to the Eleusinion, for the Proerosia, a full-grown female animal, a male piglet; priestly (20) perquisites (apometra), a quart (tetarteus);[5] here, half a quart of barley for the Proerosia, two pigs, one male and one female; priestly perquisites, a quart; here, (25) half a quart; to the Eleusinion, for the Chloia, two piglets, one male and one female; priestly perquisites, 3 obols. For the Antheia, a select sow, (30) pregnant, a piglet, male; priestly perquisites, a quart; here, half a quart. . . . . . . (35) [[female]] . . . . . .
Face B
. . . priestly perquisites, [a quart]; here, half a quart; barley for the Proerosia, (5) two pigs, one female and one male; priestly perquisites, a quart; here, half a quart; . . . to the Eleusinion . . . (10) . . . . . . . . . two -, one female and one male; priestly perquisites, three (-)[6] of Hekate (?) . . . (15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (20) priestly perquisites . . . . . . full-grown; for Zeus Herkeios -; for the two goddesses - a full-grown female animal, [a piglet?]; priestly perquisites, (25) a quart; here, half a quart . . . sow . . . piglet . . . [priestly perquisites], a quart; here, half a quart; (30) to the Eleusinion, for the Chloia, two piglets, one female, one male; priestly perquisites, 3 obols. For the priestess of Hekate, from whatever sacrifices are made to Hekate shall be given (35) a thigh, a flank; whoever (the priestess) nominates to be temple attendant shall leave behind pea soup and cup(s?) of gruel (?) . . . . . .