Proxeny for EuboeansIG II3 1 398 Date: 348? BC
. . . . . . those who are wronged . . . . . . consider and . . . . . . so that no-one may be wronged and that (5) the [friendship] and alliance [may be preserved?] between the Athenian People and the Euboeans; and to praise - and Ampheritos and Herakleodoros . . . because they were zealous on behalf of the Athenian People and did what good was in their power; (10) and they and their descendants shall be proxenoi and benefactors of the Athenian People; and to praise the Athenian envoys who were sent [to - ?, and] those of the allies, and to invite them to dinner in the city hall (prutaneion) tomorrow; (15) and the treasurer of the People shall give for travelling expenses to the envoys, from the People’s fund for expenditure on decrees, thirty drachmas each; and if it also seems good to the People, the secretary of the Council shall also inscribe the proxeny on a stone stele (20) and stand it on the acropolis within ten days; and for inscribing the stele the treasurer of the People shall give twenty drachmas from the People’s fund for expenditure on decrees; and the . . . shall be granted [a supply of] weapon-tips, as they (25) request.