Honours for Eurykleides of Kephisia

IG II3 1 1160 Date: Ca. 215 BC
 
. . . military (?) (stratiōt-) . . . was wanting (?) (egleipont-) . . . management (epimeleian), and [the treasurership of the military fund (?) (stratiōtikōn)][1] he carried out through his son[2] and spent no small sums [from his own resources], and as Games-sponsor (agōnothetēs) obediently (hupakousas) spent a [further?] (5) seven talents, and having again given over to his son [this] responsibility, and having accomplished the Games-sponsorship well, he expended no small further sums, and when the country, because of its enemies, was fallow and unsown, he was responsible for it being worked and sown, having supplied money (chrēmata porisas), (10) and he re-established the freedom of the city with his brother Mikion,[3] after those who gave back the Piraeus (meta tous apodontas ton Peiraia), and he supplied the money (chrēmata eporisen) for the crown for [those forces] who with Diogenes returned [the garrisons (ta phrouria)],[4] and fortified (ōchurōsen) the harbours[5] and repaired (epeskeuase) (15) the walls of the city and of the Piraeus, with Mikion his brother, and approached [with him?] Greek cities and [kings (basileis)] and as many as . . . money to the People . . . considered how justice might be done . . . supplying money and the . . . (20) having . . . showed himself . . . made useful contributions to the People . . . and introduced laws [in the interests of the People?] and . . . the seating (?) (theas)[6] . . . introduced a competition . . . (25) also strengthened (ēuxēsen) the [People (?) (dēmon)][7] . . . precincts and . . . a stoa . . . towards all Athenians . . . . . .