Honours for Timosthenes [of Karystos]IG II3 1 1135 Date: 228/7 BC
In the archonship of Heliodoros (228/7), in the eighth prytany, of PandionisV, for which Charias son of Kallias of AthmononIX was secretary. Decrees of the People. On the old and new day (henei kai neai) of Anthesterion. On the twenty-ninth of the prytany. Assembly. (5) Of the presiding committee (proedrōn) Hagnotheos son of Philogenes of AgryleI was putting to the vote, and his fellow presiding committee members, Lamprias of ThoraiII, Hieron of AnagyrousIII, Kallimedes of KydantidaiIV, Nikokleides of PhrearrhioiVI, Diokles of ProspaltaVII, Apollodotos of OeVIII, Kallistratos of SypalettosIX, (10) Leonides of KoprosX, Sophanes of TrikorynthosXI, [[-]] of PalleneXII. Kephisodoros son of Aristodemos of Xypete proposed: since the laws also ordain, that those whom the People has honoured for setting up trophies, whether by land or sea, or for re-establishing liberty (tēn eleutherian epanorthōsantas), (15) or for putting their private resources towards the collective (koinēn) preservation (sōtērian), or for having been benefactors or good advisors, with meals (sitōi) in the city hall (prutaneiōi), that the Council and the People should take care of them and their descendants, and that the People should give a dowry for the betrothal of their daughters, as much as (20) it shall wish, and for the re-establishment of their private property, to each according to the worth of their benefactions, and the grandfather of Timosthenes, Timosthenes, was responsible for the People obtaining many great benefits . . . and . . . the city . . . from him to (25) . . . hundred and fifty . . . and of peace . . . . . . and the treasurer (?) . . . honour-loving (philotim-) (30) . . . and . . . . . . that the Council shall decide, that the presiding committee (proedrous) allotted to preside at the forthcoming Assembly shall place these matters on the agenda, and submit the opinion of the Council to (35) the People, that it seems good to the Council that the People [shall choose?] . . . . . . . . . . . . and . . . . . .