Honours for a courtier of King AudoleonIG II3 1 872 Date: 285/4 BC
[In the archonship of Diotimos (285/4), in the twelfth] [prytany, of PandionisV. On the twenty-fifth (hektei met' eikadas)] [of Skirophorion, the twenty-fifth of the] [prytany.] Assembly. Of the presiding committee (5) Philomelos son of Philomelos of Halai was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. Simonides son of Hegemon of Hagnous proposed: since Timo- . . . is of good will to the Athenian People both saying and doing whatever good he can (10) for the city with (pros) Audoleon, and is of service also to Athenians visiting Audoleon in whatever way they ask of him; and further he co-operated most zealously in the delivery of the grain (15) to ensure it was conveyed to the People as quickly as possible; so that in future he might strive in the interests of the People, for good fortune, the People shall decide: to praise Timo- . . . (20) . . . and crown . . . . . .