Alliance with Thracian kingsMatthaiou, Ἔξι Ἀττικὲς ἐπιγραφὲς 97-116 Date: 357 BC
. . .  . . .  . . . cities . . . shall help [according to the treaty which?] the Athenians and the allies [made] with Berisades son of [Seuthes] and Amadokos son of Medodokos and Kersebleptes (5) son of Kotys; and if one of the cities that . . . is liable to pay tribute (phorous) to Berisades and Amadokos and Kersebleptes and also . . . to the Athenians, does not pay the Athenians . . . , Berisades and Amadokos (10) and Kersebleptes shall exact them as far as possible; and if . . . they do not pay to Berisades or Amadokos or Kersebleptes the tribute (phorous) . . . , the Athenians and the [generals] in charge of the force (dunamei) shall exact it as far as possible; and the Greek cities [in the area of Thrace?] (15) paying the traditional tribute (phoron) to Berisades and Amadokos and Kersebleptes and to the Athenians . . . shall be free and autonomous, being allies of the Athenians as they swore, and of Berisades and Amadokos and Kersebleptes; and if (20) any of the cities defects from the Athenians, Berisades and Amadokos and Kersebleptes shall help . . . . . . ; but if . . . . . .