Decree of Eleusis

I Eleusis 96 Date: 321/0 BC (?)
 
[The demarch?] Onetor son of Aison proposed:[1] since – of Phyle is a good man towards the deme of Eleusis and does whatever good (5) he can, to praise and crown him with a gold crown of five hundred drachmas for his excellence and love of honour (philotimias) towards the demesmen of Eleusis; and he shall (10) have a seat of honour (proedrian) in the theatre whenever the deme of Eleusis celebrates the Dionysia; and to inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it . . . . . .