Honours for the archon Euthios

IG II3 1 881 Date: 282/1 BC
Gods. In the archonship of Nikias (282/1), in the seventh prytany, of OineisVIII, for which Theophilos son of Theodotos of AcharnaiVIII was secretary. On the ninth of (5) Gamelion, the twenty-third of the prytany. Assembly. Of the presiding committee Oinokrates son of Oinobios of Eleusis was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. Agyrrhios son of Kallimedon (10) of Kollytos proposed: since Euthios when he was archon (archōn genomenos) (283/2) performed the sacrifices to the gods according to tradition and managed the procession for Dionysos[1] with love of honour (philotimōs) and did everything else concerning his office (15) justly and and in obedience to the laws and decrees of the Council and People, and because of this previously the People praised him and crowned him in the Assembly in the theatre of Dionysos (en Dionusou);[2] so that (20) it might be apparent to everyone that the People, now and in the future, will honour those serving in their offices justly and according to the laws, for good fortune, the People shall decide: to praise Euthios son of Antiphon (25) of Teithras for the love of honour (philotimias) and good will which he continues to have for the People, and to crown him with a gold crown according to the law; and he shall be able to obtain other benefits from the People when (30) he is judged to be worthy, when the Piraeus and the city are united (en tōi autōi);[3] and to praise his assistants (paredrous)[4] Meidogenes son of Meidon of AthmononIX, Sokrates son of Sodamos of PaianiaV for their justice (35) and love of honour (philotimias), and to crown each of them with a gold crown according to the law; and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it in front of the synedrion;[5] (40) and for inscribing the stele the board of administrators (tous epi tēi dioikēsei) shall allocate 10 drachmas.
In crown The People
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In crown The Salaminian (45) People[6]
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In crown The tribesmen (phuletai)[7]