CitizenshipIG II3 1 962 Date: 286–262 BC
. . . [... to those despatched] by the People, always saying and doing what is in the interests of the People, and at every opportunity he has been [mindful of the city], being of service to those who requested it and demonstrating both the [love of honour (philotimian) and] the (5) good will that he has for the city; in order therefore that the People may be seen to give thanks worthy of the benefactions [it receives], for good fortune, the Council shall decide: that the presiding committee (proedrous) allotted to preside in the People at the next Assembly . . . (10) letter traces
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. . . the Athenian People; and he shall be Athenian and his descendants, and enrol in the tribe and deme and phratry that he wishes (15) according to the law; and the prytany shall put the vote about him to the People at the coming Assembly; and the [court presidents (thesmothetas)] shall submit the scrutiny (dokimasian) of the citizenship for him to the court according to the law; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree (20) on a stone stele [and stand it] [on the acropolis]; and for the inscription of the stele . . .