Honours for the ephebic superintendent, 140/1 AD

IG II2 2048 Date: AD 140/1
For good fortune, in the archonship of Claudius Attalos (140/1 AD), the superintendent (kosmētēs) of the ephebes, priest of (5) the God and Goddess, Eirenaios (son of Eirenaios) of Paiania. His son, Dionysios son of Eirenaios of Paiania, (10) served as ephebe.[1] The gymnasiarch of the ephebes for the year was Flavius Stratolaos of Phyle.[2] There were (15) two hundred and two ephebes.[3]