Honours for Diodoros, friend of king Eumenes IIIG II3 1 1336 Date: 168/7 BC
Gods. In the archonship of Xenokles (168/7), in the twelfth prytany, of OineisVII, for which Sthenedemos son of Asklepiades of TeithrasII was secretary. On the old and new day (henēi kai neai) of Skirophorion, the thirty-first of the prytany. (5) Assembly convened in the theatre according to the decree which Arist- of Semachidai proposed. Of the presiding committee Alexidemos son of -kos of Koile was putting to the vote, and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and the People decided. Artemon son of Polymelos of Piraeus proposed: since Diodoros, being a friend to king Eumenes and his brothers and (10) held in the highest honour and distinction by them, is well-disposed collectively to the People, saying and doing good on behalf of the city as much as he can, and individually always makes himself useful to those of the citizens who encounter him, and continually goes out of his way to help the ambassadors sent by the People, (15) to which many people have testified for him; in order, therefore, that the People are also seen to honour those who display good will towards them, for good fortune, the Council shall decide, that the presiding committee allotted for the forthcoming Assembly shall put these matters on the agenda, . . .