(Οἶον Δεκελεικόν/Oîon Dekeleikón). Attic mesogeia deme of the phyle of Hippothontis. From 224/3 BC it belonged to the phyle of Ptolemaïs, from 200 BC to that of Attalis. It provided three bouleutaí. Location: near Bugiati southeast of Decelea, to which OD possibly belonged once (see the phratria inscriptions of the Demotionidae IG II2 1237) . An independent dêmos possibly only after Cleisthenes . Grave inscriptions IG II2 6885-7012; 6990 and 7009 from Bugiati, cf. IG 2558.
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