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Piraeus (Attica, Greece and Macedonia — Pleiades map), 330-323 BCE
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. . . as many persons as are inscribed on the monument (stele) and their descendants. If any of the sacrificing associates (orgeōnes) who have a claim in the sanctuary should sacrifice to the goddess, they shall do so without any cost. However, if a private individual should sacrifice to the goddess, he shall pay the priestess for a suckling pig: 1 and 1/2 obols, along with the skin and the entire right thigh; for a mature animal: 3 obols, along with the skin and the thigh on the same conditions; and, for an ox: 1 and 1/2 obols and the skin. They shall give the priestly portion of females to the priestess and of males to the priest. No one is permitted to sacrifice anything in the sanctuary beside the altar. If they do, they will owe a fine of 50 drachmas.
In order that the house and the sanctuary be maintained in good repair, the income from the house and the sale of water – however much it costs for the maintenance of the sanctuary and the house – is to be spent on it and not for any other reason, until the sanctuary and the house are repaired, unless the sacrificing associates agree by a vote to do something different . . . for the sanctuary. They should leave water for the occupant of the house so that he may use it. If someone should move or introduce a motion in violation of this law, they will owe 50 drachmas to the goddess – both the one who formulated the motion and the one who moved it – and let them not participate in the common activities. The supervisors (epimelētai) are also to inscribe on a monument (stele) the names of these persons who owe this money to the goddess.
The supervisors and performers of the sacrifices (hieropoioi) shall arrange an assembly and convocation in the sanctuary to discuss the association’s affairs on the second day of each month. Each of the sacrificing associates who have a claim in the sanctuary shall give to the performers of the sacrifices 2 drachmas during the month of Thargelian for the sacrifice, before the 16th day. Whoever is at home in Athens and in good health but does not contribute, owes 2 drachmas, sacred to the goddess.
So that there may be as many sacrificing associates of the sanctuary as possible, it is permitted for anyone who wishes to contribute . . . x drachmas to become a member of the sanctuary and to be inscribed on the monument (stele). Let the members approve those who are to be inscribed on the monument, and hand over the names of those approved to the secretary in the month of Thargelion. . .Translation by: Kloppenborg
Item added: September 14, 2012
Item modified: May 2, 2020
ID number: 3049
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