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Honours for Euagoras of Salamis, 394/3 BC

AIUK 4.2 (BM, Decrees of Council and Assembly) no. 7 Date: 394/3 BC
 
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Relief[1] [Of Euagoras the] Salaminian.[2] Aristokles son of - of - was secretary. [The Council and People decided]. - was the prytany. Aristokles [was secretary. Euboulides was archon (394/3). -] was chairman. Sophilos (5) proposed:[3] [since Euagoras] the king (basileus) of the Salaminians [is a good man with regard to the] Athenian People both now [and in time past] . . . [envoys?] sent by . . . of the city . . .
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(10) . . . . . . . . . prytan- . . . . . . Konon . . . Greeks[4] . . . to praise him [and his sons?] and (15) crown [him with a gold] crown; and the herald [of the Council] shall announce [at the Dionysia in the theatre?] when there is the competition in tragedies,[5] that the Athenian [People crowns] Euagoras, king of the Salaminians, [for his benefaction] to the Athenians [on behalf] of Greece (Hellados),[4] . . . shall proclaim (kēruxei) . . . Greeks (?) . . . him and his descendants, a seat of honour (20) . . . at all the competitions that the Athenians [put on]; and the secretary of the Council, having inscribed this decree . . . shall stand it . . . of the statue (agalmatos)[6] . . . and to praise also the . . . One line uninscribed? Traces?