Decree of Kydantidai and Ionidai

SEG 39.148 Date: 331/0 BC
Gods[1] Uninscribed space Leonteus son of Antiphanes of Kydantidai proposed: Kydantidai and Ionidai shall decide: since the payment officers (kōlokratai) of the archonship (5)of Aristophanes (331/0) and the priest of Herakles managed the Herakleia well and with love of honour (philotimōs), the (festival of) drink-offerings (spondeiōn) and the summer (therinōn) (festival), to praise them and crown each of them with a foliage crown for their justice (10)and love of honour (philotimias) towards Kydantidai and Ionidai, the priest Meidon son of Arkephilos of Kydantidai and the payment officers (kōlokratas), Leonteus son of Menestratos of Kydantidai, Phormos son of Prokleides of Kydantidai; and to inscribe (15)this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the Herakleion.