Decree of Aixone honouring officials (syndikoi?)

IG II2 1197 + Add. p. 672 Date: ca. 350-325 BC
 
. . . . . . [1] Gla[uk-?] . . . -sthenes . . . -ides son of Ka- (?) . . . (5)son of Philotheros . . . those accompanying . . . -tes son of Antich[ar-], - son of Kallias, Go[rg-] son of -, Leophilos son of Eudikos, the demarch (10) in office shall invite them to their priority seating (proedrian), and they shall have the same grants as have been given in accordance with the laws to the legal representatives (sundikois) with (15) Laches, in order that others may also show love of honour (philotimōntai), knowing that they will receive thanks from the demesmen;[2] and Philotheros the demarch shall inscribe this (20) decree on a stone stele and stand it in the theatre. Crown