Proxeny for Apollas son of Tharrhynon [of Kolophon?]

IG II3 1 1141 Date: Shortly after 229/8 BC
. . . . . . the People from the public subscription (epidoseōs) . . . . . . for the preservation of the citizens he was among the first to donate, both on his own behalf and on behalf of both his sons, the maximum that had been provided for in the (5) decree, and as regards the advance loan (prodaneismon) of money gathered in the cause of freedom he made an advance contribution of 2000 dr., having been assessed for . . . or not having been assessed [by the People], but voluntarily endeavouring to meet the People's need; and now when a need (10) has arisen for money for the fortification of the harbour in Zea, he was not found wanting in this public subscription, but displaying himself to the citizens as an object of rivalry (enamillon), he contributed to the amount the People had decreed both on his own behalf and on behalf of (15) his sons Tharrhynon and Agamedes;[1] in order therefore that the People may be seen to be rendering to its utmost ability what is due to those who wish to benefit it, for good fortune, the Council shall decide, that the presiding committee allotted for the forthcoming (20) Assembly shall put these matters on the agenda, and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council to praise Apollas son of Tharrhynon of [Koloph?]on and crown him with a foliage crown, for his love of honour and good will towards the Council (25) and the People; and he shall be proxenos, both himself and his descendants, and shall have right of ownership of a house up to half a talent, and of land two talents; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it on the acropolis; (30) and the treasurer of the military fund shall allocate the expenditure accrued for [inscribing?] the stele. [... ?]