Alliance with Thracian kingsRO 47 Date: 357 BC
. . . . . . [go in support?] . . . . . . and the allies . . . . . . [if it is not decided?] . . . . . . of the Greek cities which [are written on (5) the stelai?] as paying tribute (phorous) to Berisades or Amadokos or Kersebleptes and as being allies of the Athenians, if they do not pay the Athenians [all their allied levies (suntaxeis)], Berisades and Amadokos and Kersebleptes shall exact them as far as possible; and if [anywhere?] (10) they do not pay to Berisades or Amadokos or Kersebleptes all their tribute (phorous), the Athenians and the [generals] in charge of the force (dunamei) shall exact it [as far as possible]. The Greek cities [in Thrace], paying the traditional tribute (phoron) to Berisades and Amadokos (15) and Kersebleptes and the allied levy (suntaxin) to the Athenians, shall be free and autonomous, being allies of the Athenians as they swore, and of Berisades and Amadokos and Kersebleptes. If any of the cities (poleōn) defects from the Athenians, Berisades (20) and Amadokos and Kersebleptes shall go in support as the Athenians call on them. But if . . . . . .