Proxeny decree for Eukleidas of Rhodes

IG II3 1 1356 Date: Ca. 185 BC
. . . . . . at the forthcoming Assembly shall put these matters on the agenda, and submit the opinion of the Council to the People that it seems good to the Council to praise Eukleidas son of Kleombrotos of Rhodes (5) and crown him with a foliage crown for his good will (eunoias) and his love of honour (philotimias) towards the People of the Athenians; and he shall be proxenos and benefactor of the People; and he shall be given right of ownership (egktēsin) of land and a house, which he has requested in accordance with the law; and it shall be permitted to Eukleidas also in the (10) future, on maintaining the same preference, to obtain other benefits from the People, whatever he may be deemed worthy of; and in order that there may be a reminder (hupomnēma) of what has been decreed, the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in the agora; (15) and for the inscribing and the setting up of the stele the treasurer of the military fund shall allocate the expense accrued.[1]
The Council, the People (crown) (20) Eukleidas son of Kleombrotos of Rhodes.