Memorial of war-dead, ca. 447 BC ?

IG I3 1162 Date: ca. 447 BC (?)
 
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[1] In the Chersonese of the Athenians these died. Epiteles, general. (5) Of ErechtheisI Pythodoros Aristodikos Telephos Pythodoros (10) Of AegeisII Epichares Mnesiphilos Phaidimides Laches (15) Nikophilos Of PandionisIII Lysikles Of LeontisIV Chaires (20) Of OeneisVI Rhodokles Eurybotos Polites Herokleides (25) Of KekropisVII Aristarchos Karystonikos[2] Theomnestos Aristarchos (30) Eukrates Nikomachos Of HippothontisVIII Sotelides Poseidippos (35) Of AiantisIX Diphilos Of AntiochisX Kraton Antikrates (40) Eudoxos.
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In Byzantium (50) of the Athenians these died. Of ErechtheisI Nikostratos Philokomos (55) Of AegeisII Chionis Of PandionisIII Philistides Of LeontisIV (60) Lysimachos Of AkamantisV Kallisthenes Of OeneisVI Kallippos (65) Of KekropisVII Kniphon Demoteles Of HippothontisVIII Haison (70) Of AiantisIX Nikodemos Of AntiochisX Phanias
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These died in the other wars:[3] Of ErechtheisI Lysanias
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Of PandionisIII (75) Simonides Aischylos, Archepolis Smikrion Charopides Naxiades (80) Of LeontisIV Philon Eudemos Of AkamantisV Protarchos (85) Of KekropisVII Chairias Astyanax Lysistratos Of HippothontisVIII (90) Timonothos Antiphanes Of AiantisIX Kleinothos Philios (95) Kallikles From Eleutherai[4] Semichides
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(45) These by the Hellespont lost their gleaming youth doing battle, and brought glory to their fatherland, so that the enemy groaned, reaping the harvest of war, and they placed an immortal memorial of their excellence (aretes).[5]