Decree of Acharnai on funding an annual sacrifice from revenue from the theatre

Csapo and Wilson II, 51-4 Date: ca. 325-300 BC
. . . . . . . . . the treasurer and the demarch in office shall also give them (5)for [the sacrifice] each year 20 drachmas from the money collected from the theatre; and if the theatre is [unsold? (apraton)] the demarch (10)and the treasurer in office shall give the specified amount for the sacrifice from the [common (koinēs)] budget (dioikēseōs) of the demesmen; and the secretary [with? on behalf of? (hyper)] the demesmen (15)shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the sanctuary of Athena Hippia; and the demarch -enes shall give them (20) 20 drachmas for inscribing the stele and account for it to the demesmen.[1]