Honours for Zoilos, courtier of king Ptolemy VIG II3 1 1287 Date: 185/4 BC
In the archonship of Eupolemos (185/4), in the tenth prytany, of Ptolemais, for which Stratonikos son of Stratonikos of Hamaxanteia was secretary. On the eleventh of Mounychion. Council in the Council chamber convened at the instigation (5) of the generals and, resulting from the Council, principal Assembly in the theatre. Of the presiding committee Ph-tes son of Theophron of Lamptrai was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and the People decided. Demetrios son of Kteson of Probalinthos proposed: since Zoilos is honoured by (10) king Ptolemy and being of great distinction, is continually well-disposed to the People collectively, and individually to those citizens arriving in [Egypt] and . . . have explained about these matters . . . . . .