Choregic dedication by the basileus

IG II3 4 41 Date: ca. 400 BC
Onesippos son of Aitios of Kephisia, the king (basileus),[1] dedicated (this). In the term of office of Onesippos as king, these men who acted as theatrical sponsors (chorēgontes)[2] were victors:
col. 1
Of the comedies: Sosikrates, bronze merchant, sponsored, (5) Nikochares directed.[3]
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Of the tragedies: Stratonikos son of Straton sponsored, Megakleides directed.[4]