Decree of Aixone honouring Demetrios of PhaleronIG II2 1201 Date: ca. 316/5 BC
Gods. Aristokrates son of Aristophanes proposed: since Demetrios son of Phanostratos of Phaleron is a good man concerning the Athenian People (5)and the deme of the Aixoneans, and when war broke out (genomenou) in the country (chōrai) and the Piraeus and the city were separated because of the war, having served as an envoy (presbeusas) he reconciled the Athenians and restored unity and obtained peace (10) for the Athenians and the country (chōrai), and chosen as - by the Athenian People he established good [laws] [in the interests of the city], and later . . . . . .