Honours for the ephebes and officials

IG II3 1 1031 Date: Ca. 255–250 BC
 
. . . . . . . . . from - because . . . . . . and following the laws; and to praise the physical trainer (paidotribēn) Hermodoros son of Heortios of Acharnai and (5) the javelin instructor (akontistēn) Lysikles son of Antipatros of Sypalettos and the weapons instructor (hoplomachēn) Nikandros son of Nikandros of Ankyle and the secretary Hermogenes, because they managed the ephebes well and [justly?]; and so that there may be a memorial (hupomnēma) [of their good will?], the prytany secretary shall inscribe the (10) names of the ephebes and of their commanding officer (kosmētou) and of their teachers on a stone stele and stand it [in the agora . . . and for the] stele and [its erection? the administrator (ton epi tēi dioikēsei) shall allocate the expenditure] accrued. . . .