Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 6.1890-1897 (1897)

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INSCRIPTIONS FROM ERETRIA.

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TRANSLATION.

" The Probouloi moved: "Whereas Elpinikos, son of Niko-
machos, elected gymnasiareh by the people, has in general hon-
orably discharged the duties of his office, and, when a consid-
erable number of boys and of epheboi and of others subject to
his jurisdiction were through his zealous endeavors brought
together, he took thought for their training, abiding in the gym-
nasium throughout the year; and he furnished at his own
expense an instructor in rhetoric and a drill-master, who devoted
themselves in the gymnasium to the boys and the epheboi and
all others who wished to receive profit from such training; and
he took thought for the oil, also, that it be of the finest quality,
himself defraying the expense incurred for this; he also instituted
many dolichoi, and at each dolichos performed a sacrifice to Her-
mes ; the prize, also, offered by the people to the winner in the
race from the Herakleion, he himself provided at his own
expense, repaying the city the sum of money given by the people;
and in currying through the games established in honor of
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