Citizenship for StrombichosIG II3 1 919 Date: 266/5 BC
. . .  thinking that he should not stand in the way of what was in the interests of the city but share responsibility for its preservation, and he joined the People in the siege of the Mouseion, and after affairs had been (5) concluded in favour of the city he has continued to provide unstintingly (aprophasistōs) its remaining needs and has remained steadfast in his good will for the People, and when war came he was a good man . . . and in his efforts (agōnizomenos) he has served in every way according to what the general ordered and (10) proclaims that for the rest of time he will render service to the Athenian People; so that there may be competition for all wanting to obtain benefits from the People in the knowledge that they will be honoured by the People, for good fortune, the Council shall decide: that the presiding committee (proedrous) (15) who are allotted to preside in the People in the forthcoming Assembly, when the days set by the law have passed, shall put the matter on the agenda and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council to praise Strombichos and crown him with a gold (20) crown according to the law for his good will and love of honour (philotimias) for the People; and he shall be Athenian, and his descendants, and he shall enrol in the tribe and deme and phratry that he wishes according to the law; and the prytany shall put the vote about him (25) at the next Assembly; and the court presidents (thesmothetas) shall bring the scrutiny (dokimasian) for him of the award when they next fill the courts . . . . . .