Decree of Aixone honouring the choregoi, Auteas and Philoxenides, 340/339 BC (?)

SEG 36.186 Date: 340/339 BC (?)
Architrave depicting 5 comic masks in shallow relief Relief Gods. Glaukides son of Sosippos proposed:[1] since the choral sponsors (chorēgoi) Auteas son of Autokles and Philoxenides son of Philippos sponsored choruses well and with love of honour (philotimōs), the demesmen shall decide, (5) to crown them with a gold crown of 100 drachmas each in the theatre at the comedies following the archonship of Theophrastos (340/39?), so that others intending to serve as choral sponsors may also show love of honour (philotimōntai); and the demarch Hegesileos and the treasurers (10)shall give them also for a sacrifice ten drachmas; and the treasurers shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the theatre, so that the Aixoneans may always celebrate the Dionysia as finely as possible. Crown Crown