Honours for Tiberius Claudius Attikos of Marathon and Vibullia Alkia

Agora XV 322 Date: ca. 120-130 AD
Pheidias (son of Pheidias) [of Rhamnous, the prytany secretary (?), proposed],[1] since the prytaneis [of Aiantis in the archonship of – and] those with perpetual dining rights (aiseitoi), having praised [and crowned the high priest of the Augusti] for life, Tiberius [Claudius Attikos of Marathon,[2] declare] (5) to the Council [that the treasurer has sacrificed all] the [proper sacrifices in the] prytany, with his wife [Vibullia Alkia, from their private resources on behalf of] Emperor [Caesar Trajan Hadrian Augustus’ eternal endurance] and of his whole [house and of the prytaneis and those with perpetual dining rights and of the] Areopagos Council [and of the Council of the Six Hundred and of the People of the Athenians] (10) and that he has managed (epimemelēsthai) [magnificently of all the other things relating to the] prytany, [which the laws and the decrees prescribe, and for never] lacking for the . . . each year for the . . . allocation (merismon) and . . . (15) most religiously . . . [and therefore they encourage the Council to permit them] [the dedication] of bronze statues . . . [and to] have them made with this inscription: “[Tiberius Claudius Attikos son of Hipparchos of Marathon and] Vibullia Alkia [the tribe of Aiantis (honours) on account of their good will (eunoias) and beneficence (euergesias) towards] [their fatherland,” so that the Council may also be seen] distributing [the appropriate] (20) [thanks to the benefactors of the People, with good fortune, the Council shall decide] to praise, for [being] benefactors of the [citizens, the high priest Tiberius Claudius] Attikos of Marathon and Vibullia [Alkia and to crown them with a golden] crown, with which it is [customary] to crown [the benefactors of the People, and also] to permit the prytaneis of Aiantis [and those with perpetual dining rights to set up] (25) statues of them, just as has been written earlier, [and the prytany] secretary [shall inscribe the decree] on a stone stele and [erect it . . . ]
col. 1
Marathonians: Claudius Attikos [son of Hipparchos][3] Flavius Philoteimos son of – (30) Flavius Dorotheos son of – Flavius Publius, son of – Flavius Kallaischros Flavius Zoilos – son of -pyros Pompeius or Pomponius Philotas – (35) Claudius Daphnos [son of Dionysios?] Dionysios son of – Dionysios son of – Himertos son of – Pappos son of – (40) Phloros son of [Kalamis?][4] Dionysios son of – Eisidoros son of – Polemon son of – Aristoboulos son of – (45) Claudius Soteimos son of – Diodotos son of – Diphilos son of Ap- . . . . . . (50) . . . . . . . . . . . .
col. 2
Eirenaios son of – (55) Achilleus son of – Dionysios son of – Rhamnousians: Pheidias (son of Pheidias)[5] Leonteichos son of – (60) Claudius Charopeinos [son of Phrasineikos][6] Claudius Philonides son of – Eukeros son of – Aphrodeisios son of – Demetrios son of – (65)Phalerans: Nummius [Menis? son of –][7] Claudius Archi- son of – Claudius Archi- son of – Aristo- son of – (70) Dionys- son of – Menandros son of – Eraton son of – Claudius Anti- son of – . . . [8] (75) . . . [Trikorynthians] . . . . . . . . . (80) . . .
col. 3
[List of those with perpetual dining rights]