Honours for a benefactorIG II3 1 928 Date: Ca. 285–280 BC
. . . . . . and his fellow presiding committee members. The Council and People decided. -ides son of Straton of - proposed: since . . . [appointed] in charge of the wall building . . . has been of service to the (5) . . . and the soldiers who . . . now the People have won their freedom he continues . . . as much as possible for the common preservation . . . the fort (phrourion) for the People; and . . . for the democracy and (10) . . . provisions (sitarchias) and wages (misthous) . . . to him; and . . . provisions (sitarchias) and wages (misthous) . . . a talent and from the others . . . talents, and he did this (15) . . . ; so that the People is seen at all times to place high value . . . and to give thanks to each to the value of their benefactions, and to honour all those who are responsible . . . , for good fortune, (20) the Council shall decide: that the presiding committee (proedrous) allotted to preside in the People, when the days for the request (aitēseōs) set by the law have passed, shall put the matter on the agenda at the next Assembly . . .