Honours for Aristokreon of AntiochIG II3 1 1291 Date: 200/199 BC or 184/3 BC
In the archonship of Charikles (200/199 or 184/3), in the sixth prytany, of Erechtheis, for which Aischrion son of Euainetos of Rhamnous was secretary. On the eleventh of intercalated Posideon, the (5) twenty-ninth of the prytany. Assembly in Piraeus. Of the presiding committee Tauridas son of Dion of Araphen was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and the People decided. Lamprias son of Lamprias of Thorai (10) proposed: since Aristokreon is continually well disposed (eunous) towards the People, and supplies what they need to those citizens who come to Antioch and also has spent some time in the city (i.e. Athens) for study (epi scholēn) and has led a decorous life (15) and announces that in future as far as is within his power he will be the cause of some benefit both for individual visitors and collectively for the People, about which there are very many who have borne witness for him both - (20) and bearers of a festival truce (spondophorōn); so, therefore, that the Council and the People may be seen to honour benefactors and render fitting gratitude, for good fortune, the Council shall decide that the presiding committee allotted to preside at the forthcoming Assembly shall (25) put this matter on the agenda and submit the opinion of the Council to the People . . . . . .