Law concerning repairs to buildings in the sanctuary of Artemis at BrauronSEG 52.104 Date: 354/3-343 BC?
Gods. -les son of Hierokles of Philaidai proposed: in order that everything in the sanctuary [of the] Brauronian [goddess] may be secure (sa) and sound (hugiē), and the temple, both [the ancient one (archaios)?] and the Parthenon, and the houses (oikoi) may be roofed, and the Amphipoleion in which [the bears (arktoi)] (5) reside and the upper storey (huperōia) above the Amphipoleion, and the gymnasium and the wrestling-ground (palaistra) and the stables (hippōnes), and everything else which the city built and dedicated to the goddess for the preservation of the Athenian People, for good fortune, the lawgivers (nomothetais) shall decide, that the inspectors (exetastas) from the Council and the treasurers (tamias) (10) of the Other Gods, having inspected all these things accurately, the number of the doors and of the tables and of everything else, that they may be in place for the goddess, are to hand (the report) over (paradidonai) to the superintendents (epistatais) and write them up (anagraphein) on the same stele on which the other dedications are recorded; and so that such repairs as are needed (15) in the sanctuary are carried out, the architect elected for the sanctuaries shall be required to go to the sanctuary, whenever the superintendents (epistatai) order him, and he shall first take care of the statue, whatever is needed, next examining whatever has need of repair (episkeuēs) in the sanctuary, and having compiled the specifications (suggraphas) he will hand them over to the official sellers (pōlētais), (20) and the sellers (pōlētas) will let a contract for them in the Council according to the law, and the receivers (apodektas) shall allocate to the contractors for the works the money from the revenue of Artemis, apportioning (merizontes) . . . ; but if the superintendents (epistatai) do not instruct the architect . . . . . . superintendents (?) (epistata-) . . . (25) . . .