Decree of the Kerykes honouring Xenokles of Sphettos

I Eleus. 87 Date: 332-324 BC (?)
 
. . . s proposed: the Kerykes[1] shall decide: since Xenokles son of Xeinis of Sphettos[2] is a good man (5) towards the genos of the Kerykes, always doing what good he can, and having been appointed in charge of the financial administration of the city (epi tēi dioikēsei tēs poleōs),[3] distributed (emerisen) well and (10) piously (money) for the sacrifices of the genos of the Kerykes on behalf of the Athenian People and the genos of the (15) Kerykes; to praise him and crown him with a gold crown of 1000 drachmas; and he [shall have access (prosodon) to (20) the genos] of the Kerykes . . .