Support for orphans of men killed under the oligarchy, ca. 410 BC?AIO 1049 Date: ca. 410 BC?
The Council and People decided. AntiochisX was the prytany; -s was secretary; Kallisthenes was chairman. Theozotides proposed: as many Athenians as died a violent (5) death in the oligarchy while supporting (boēthontes) the democracy, to the [children] of these, because of the benefaction (euergesias) of their fathers towards the Athenian People and their manly virtue (andragathias), to give (didonai) to the children of [all?] these (10) an obol a day [maintenance like that which? (trophēn hoianper? an)] they give (apodidōsi) to the orphans . . . the city hall (prutaneio-) . . . them . . . take care . . . . . . (15) let him or it scrutinise (dokimasatō) them . . . give (didonai) them (?) (aut-) . . . just as [to the war orphans] the Greek treasurers (hellēnotamias) . . . just as the orphans . . . (20) of the Athenians . . . . . . and . . . it or him or them . . . . . . . . . Illegible, probably a list of names, occupying max. 126 lines across 6 columns
Inscribed on left side of stele Kleoboulos (25) son of Androkles, Androkles son of Androkles, (both) of Aphidna. Uninscribed space Lysanias (30) son of Olympichos, Hippon son of Olympichos, (both) of Kydathenaion; (35) Athenaios son of Philonautes of Alopeke; (40) Charikles son of Chairedemos, Chairedemos (45) son of Chairedemos (both) of Kol[onai?].