Honours for the religious officials of Hebe at Aixone

IG II2 1199 Date: 320/19 BC
Philaios son of Chremes proposed: since the religious officials (hieropoioi) allotted for the sanctuary of Hebe[1] took care justly and with love of honour (philotimōs) of the sacrifice for Hebe (5) and the other gods to whom they must sacrifice, and have submitted a reckoning (logon) and accounts (euthunas), to crown each of them with a foliage crown, Anticharmos son of Nauson and Nearchos son of Chairigenes, (10) Theodotos son of Aischron, Aristokles son of Kalliphon for their justice and love of honour towards their demesmen; and this decree shall be inscribed on a stone stele and set up in the sanctuary (15) of Hebe by the demarch in office after the archonship of Neaichmos (320/19); and to praise also the controllers (sōphronistas)[2] and crown with a foliage crown each of them, Kimon, Megalexis or Metalexis,[3] (20) Pythodoros son of Pytheas and the herald Charikles for their love of honour concerning the all-night festival (pannuchida); and to praise also the priest of the Herakleidai, Kallias, and the priestess of Hebe and (25) Alkmene, and the archon Kallisthenes son of Nauson[4] and to crown each of them for their piety and love of honour (philotimias) concerning the gods; and to inscribe this decree on a stone stele (30) and stand it in the sanctuary of Hebe.