Decree [of cavalry?] honouring cavalry commanders

Agora XVI 270 Date: ca. 189/8-178/7 BC
 
Nikogenes son of Nikon of Philaidai [proposed: since those elected] cavalry commanders (hipparchoi) in the year [of the archon -], Timiades of Gargettos [and - of -, sacrificed the] entry sacrifices (eisitētēria) well and [piously to the People and the Graces?] (5) and to Poseidon [Hippios according to tradition?, and beginning] with the gods continued [acting in accordance with] the laws and decrees [of the People, in their zeal? and] love of honour (philotimias) [lacking] nothing[1] . . . . . .