Council decree on cult of Isis at Teithras and dedication of latticesIG II3 4 1132 Date: A: Late i BC; B: mid-i AD?
Inscription A . . . to Isis and not . . .  . . . let them erect near . . . . . . contrary to these things . . . . . . and similarly not in . . . (5) . . . but if they should not owe . . . . . . and they shall be liable (enochoi) for sacrilege (asebēa) . . . . . . and it shall not be allowed to serve as temple attendant (zakoreuin) . . .  . . . But if anyone should act contrary to these things or with violence, an [indictment (endeixis)] may be (submitted) to the Council and the King (10) by any Athenian who wishes (boulomenō), of those for whom it is permitted. They shall also prevent any of those who have transgressed [these things], whom they recognise . . . . . . of the gods. Likewise, also, those who dedicate? . . . . . . without asking the [Council?] which has authority (kurian) over everything. The men who brought forward this decree (dogma) shall inscribe it (15) on the column of the entranceway (parastadi) of the stoa or wherever seems to them to be convenient so that the decision of the Council endures for all time, and (they shall write) the same (decree) also on a whitened board (sanidi leleukōmenē) and they shall hand it over to the priest to be displayed each day in front of the temple, so that, when these things have been accomplished, (20) it shall be clear that the Council gives the greatest consideration (pronoian) to piety (eusebeias) to the goddess.
Inscription B Demophilos son of Dionysios of Sounion, also called Daphnos, (5) who bears the leader (hēgemona), dedicated the latticed partitions (kankellous) to Isis.