Decree about KymeIG II3 1 1216 Date: Ca. 210 BC
. . . . . . proposed: since both previously the People of Kyme . . . . . . -ing the - of the city . . . and now wishing always . . . (5) ambassador Paseas, who . . . many other privileges . . . to the Athenian People, and granted . . . pursuant to the - towards the [People?] . . . [showing the maximum] zeal . . . (10) for all time . . . arranges (kataskeuazei) the . . . ; so, therefore, that there may be an incentive to all to benefit the Athenian People, knowing that they will obtain thanks worthy of their benefactions, the Council shall decide, that the presiding committee allotted to preside at the forthcoming Assembly (15) shall put these matters on the agenda and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council . . . . . .