Choregic dedication of Meneteles for the City Dionysia

IG II3 4 439 Date: ca. end of 5th cent. BC (I) / ca. 300 BC (II)
II Kleidemos son of Meidon of Plotheia dedicated (a statue of) . . . son of Autokrates of Daidalidai.
I Erechtheis was victorious in the men’s competition, Meneteles son of Menes of Anagyrous was sponsor (echorēge), Aratos of Argos was pipe-player.[1]
II Nikomachos made (this).[2]