Citizenship for Alexandros of Thessaly

IG II3 1 1265 Date: 191/0 BC?
 
In the archonship of Dionysios (191/0?), on the penultimate day (deuterai met' eikadas) of Elaphebolion. Assembly in the Piraeus. Nikias son of Polyxenos of Poros proposed: since Alexandros makes (5) himself useful (euchr─ôston) both collectively and individually to those citizens who encounter him, for good fortune, the Council shall decide that the presiding committee allotted to preside at the forthcoming Assembly shall put these matters on the agenda, (10) and submit the opinion of the Council to the People that it seems good to the Council to praise Alexandros son of Kallistratos of Thessaly[1] and to crown him with a foliage crown; and that he should also be given (15) citizenship, when he has been scrutinised in court according to the laws; and the court presidents (thesmothetas), as and when they fill the court with five hundred and one jurors, shall co-operate to introduce the (20) scrutiny, and shall put him to the vote, even if he is not present; and shall enroll him in the tribe, deme and phratry that he chooses . . .