Honours for official visitors (theoroi) from Miletos

IG II3 1 1372 Date: Shortly before 180 BC (?)
 
. . . . . . the . . . . . . in a seemly manner (euschēmonōs) and . . . . . . their own . . . (5) . . . towards the People . . . . . . to make manifest . . . having come to Eleusis for the Great Mysteries, in accordance with the initiation granted them by the city, . . . a bovine for Demeter and Kore . . . (10) . . . and they gave the . . . . . . was . . . . In order, therefore, that the Council and the People be seen to be honouring and showing favour to those . . . who are of a zealous (ektenōs) disposition towards the city, for good fortune, the Council shall decide, that the presiding committee allotted (15) for 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 accept the good things that they (i.e. the official visitors) reported to have happened at the sacrifices (hierois), which they made for the health and preservation of the people of the (20) Athenians and the children and women [and likewise for] [the] people of the Milesians and the children and women; and to praise the chief official visitor (archetheōron), Euan[drides son of Euandrides][1] and the official visitors (theōrous) Demetrios son of L-, - son of Apatourios, Krates son of Heli[odoros],[2] (25) [Hermophantos] son of Lichas, Dios son of Eu-, and to crown each of them . . . [3] . . .