IG II3 1 516 Date: 350-300 BC
. . . . . . . . . . . . he shall be proxenos and benefactor (5) of the Athenian People, both himself and his descendants . . . . . . if he has any need . . . he shall have right of access to the Council and the People after the religious business or after the sacrifices (meta ta hiera);[1] and (10) should he need anything from the People, both the Council in office at any time and the prytany and the generals shall take care of him; and the prytany secretary (grammatea ton kata prutaneian) (15) shall inscribe the proxeny for him on a stone stele and stand it on the acropolis, so that others may also know that the People knows how to give thanks to its benefactors [...?]