Honours for a foreignerIG II3 1 1049 Date: Ca. 255–247 BC
. . . . . . so that . . . for which the People praised them and crowned them with gold crowns and granted [equality of taxation to them and their descendants?]; and maintaining the same preference (hairesin) . . . continues (5) [to provide many services unstintingly (aprophasistōs)] both collectively to the whole People and individually to any Athenian in need at the time; and when the public subscriptions took place for [the protection (phulakēn) of the city] he contributed [much] money; and he does . . . . . . . . .