Decree honouring Timosthenes of KarystosOsborne, Naturalization, D43 Date: 306/5 BC
In the archonship of Koroibos (306/5), in the - prytany, of -. Uninscribed space Diotimos son of Diopeithes of Euonymon proposed: since Timosthenes, being proxenos of the Athenian People, (5) continues to be friendly and well disposed towards the Athenian People, and previously during the war that the Athenian People, fought against Antipater for the freedom of the Greeks, [having been sent by the Karystians] as a representative (sunedros) [to the camp of the Athenians and the] (10) allies, strove [for their preservation, saying and] doing what was in the interests [of the Athenian People] and the Karystians; and he also continued to show love of honour (philotimoumenos) towards the Athenian People; and he also contributed [the greatest part] of his wealth [to meet their needs], (15)[on the assumption that it would benefit the common cause of the Greeks against] Macedon and when Antipater . . . he did not abandon his friendship and continued to do good both collectively to the Athenian People and individually to those coming to Karystos, being of service, (20)and in the common counsels of the Karystians saying and doing what was in the interests of his own fatherland and of the Athenian People; and when Kassandros invaded Attica, he willingly came to the aid of the People . . . ; for good fortune, the People shall decide (25)to praise Timosthenes son Demophanes for [the excellence] and good will which he continues to show the Athenian People, and to crown him with a gold crown of - drachmas; and Timosthenes [shall be an Athenian, himself and his] [descendants?] . . .