Honours for the People of TenedosIG II3 1 892 Date: 276/5 BC
[In the archonship of Philokrates (276/5), in the second prytany?], of -tis, for which Hegesippos son of Aristomachos of Melite was secretary. [On the twenty-fifth (hektēi met' eikadas) of Metageitnion, the twenty-?]fourth (5) of the prytany. Principal Assembly. Of the presiding committee Kalliades son of Ch- of - was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members. The People decided. - son of - of Melite proposed: since the People of Tenedos in previous (10) times continued to be well disposed and a friend of the Athenian People, and provided many and great services at every opportunity, and now . . . the People . . . . . . the sanctuary . . . (15) at Eleusis piously . . . wore wreaths . . . . . .
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. . . . . . (20) all . . . . . . of Tenedos . . . answer them, that the Athenian People remembers their [relationship (oikeiōn) and in earlier] times has honoured the People of Tenedos (25) with fine [and worthy] awards, and now will honour it and will do all that is just and cordial (ta oikeia) in accordance with their friendship; and to praise the ambassadors who have come for their excellence and good will to the Athenians; and to praise (30) the People of Tenedos . . . . . .