Dedication commemorating games-sponsorship and other offices of Glaukon of Aithalidai

IG II3 4 528 Date: 282/1 or 266/5 BC
 
Face A (front)
[1] The People were the sponsor (echorēgei), Nikias was archon (282/1 or 266/5) Games-sponsor (agōnothetēs): Glaukon son of Eteokles of Aithalidai. Leontis was victorious in the men’s competition. Hippokles the Boiotian was pipe-player. Theodorides the Boiotian directed.[2]
Face B (right)
In olive crown (I) (5) in the anthippasia at the Olympieia.
In olive crown (II) The People (crowned) him, when he had been commander of the tribal cavalry contingent (phularchēsanta).
In olive crown (III) (10) in the anthippasia at the Great Panathenaia.
Olive crown (IV) . . .
Face C (left)
In olive crown (V) when he had been hoplite (15) general (stratēgēsanta epi tōn hoplōn).[3]
In ivy crown (VI) The People (crowned) him, when he had been games-sponsor (agōnothetēsanta).
In olive crown (VII) when he had been (20) hoplite general (stratēgēsanta epi tōn hoplōn).[3]
Crown (VIII) . . .