Honours for Euenor of Akarnania

IG II3 1 324 Date: 337/6 and 322/1 BC
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Decree 1 In the archonship of Phrynichos (337/6), in the tenth prytany, of PandionisIII. Chairestratos of Acharnai was secretary. On the (5) old and new day (henēi kai neai) of Skirophorion, the thirty-fifth of the prytany. [Of the presiding committee (proedrōn)] Euthykrates of Aphidna[1] was putting to the vote. Diophantos son of Phrasikleides of Myrrhinous proposed: [since Euenor of Argos?] . . . (10) . . . . . . report (?) . . . . . . . . . . . . (15) were in need . . . the Council shall resolve: to bring Euenor before the People and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council, since Euenor of Akarnania[2] is zealous (20) concerning the Athenian People and does what good is in his power, he shall be proxenos and benefactor of the Athenian People, both himself and his descendants, and it shall be for him as for other benefactors; and the secretary of the Council (25) shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it on the acropolis; and for inscribing the stele the treasurer of the People shall give 20 drachmas from the People’s fund for expenditure on (30) decrees.
Decree 2 In the archonship of Philokles (322/1), in the ninth prytany, of OeneisVI, for which Euthygenes son of Hephaistodemos of Kephisia was secretary; on the second of Thargelion, the twenty-third of the prytany. Assembly. (35) Of the presiding committee (proedrōn) Eualkos of Phaleron was putting to the vote. The People decided. Diophantos son of Phrasikleides of Myrrhinous proposed: in other respects as proposed by the Council, but since Euenor son of Euepios became proxenos of the Athenian People through benefaction (40) and takes care of everything that the Athenian People has required of him, both individually (idiai) and collectively (koinei), for good fortune, the People shall resolve: to praise Euenor son of Euepios and crown him with a foliage crown for his love of honour (philotimias) and his professional care (epimeleias); and he and his descendants shall have right of ownership right of ownership (egktēsin) of land and (45) a house, except for [common (koinōn) and sacred (hierōn)] property; and the Council in office at any time and the generals, whoever they may be at any time, shall take care of him; . . . shall inscribe this decree . . . . . .