Honours for the brothers Aristolas and SostratosIG II3 1 846 Date: 301–295 BC
. . . (5) the People shall decide: to praise Aristolas and his brother Sostratos for the good will and love of honour (philotimias) that they have both collectively for all Athenians and individually for each, (10) and to crown each of them with a gold crown according to the law; that Aristolas and Sostratos shall be Athenians, and their descendants, and shall enrol in the tribe and deme and phratry (15) that they wish; and the prytany of the tribe [Leontis or AiantisVI or XI] shall put the vote about their citizenship to the People at the next Assembly; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree (20) on a stone stele and stand the stele on the acropolis next to the other stele on which the [Samians or Rhodians] who took citizenship earlier are inscribed; (25) and for the inscription of the stele the inspector (exetastēn) and the trittys commanders (trittuarchous) shall give 30 drachmas.
In crown The People (crowns) Aristolas
In crown The People (crowns) Sostratos