Decree honouring a military figure

IG II2 379 Date: After ca. 304 BC
 
. . . . . . and for his love of honour (philotimias), and having won the anthippasia contest . . . he crowned the tribe Erechtheis (5) and for this his tribesmen both praised him and crowned him with a gold crown, and the cavalry similarly praised him and crowned him with a gold crown and a bronze statue for his [excellence (aretēs)?] (10) and love of honour (philotimias) towards themselves.[1] And when again he was elected [commander?] of the mercenaries (xenous) in the archonship of Arch[ippos] (321/0 or 318/7),[2] he took care of the mercenary force so that it was organised in the best way possible . . .