Honours for Eurylochos of KydoniaIG II3 1 358 Date: 328/7? BC
[In the archonship of Euthykritos (328/7), in the?], [sixth prytany, of ErechtheisI, for which?], [Pythodelos son of Pythodelos of Hagnous?] [was secretary. On the?] (1) [eigh]teenth [of Gamelion, the thirty-first?] of the prytany. [Of the presiding committee (proedrōn)] Pamphilos of Ph[yle?] was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members (sumproedroi). Demades son of Demeas of Paiania (5) proposed: since both previously the ancestors of Eurylochos and his [father] Akesandros, being friendly and well disposed towards the city, made many great benefactions to the Athenian People, (10) and now Eurylochos, maintaining his ancestral good will towards the Athenian People, continues to be useful, both collectively and individually, to Athenians coming to Kydonia, (15) and having ransomed many Athenians from Crete, has dispatched them at his own expense, and was responsible for their rescue [from] . . . . . . to their own country (eis tēn idian) . . . . . .