Dedicatory inscription on the entrance of the Roman Agora

IG II3 4 12 Date: 27-10/9 BC?
The People, from the gifts given by Gaius Julius Caesar the god[1] and the Emperor Caesar Augustus, son of the god, (dedicated this) to Athena Archegetis, when the general in charge of the hoplites was Eukles of Marathon, who both inherited the responsibility (epimeleian) from his father Herodes, and also served as an envoy,[2] (5) in the archonship of Nikias, son of Sarapion, of Athmonon.[3]