Honours for Dioskourides of Abdera and his brothers

IG II3 1 302 Date: 346/5 BC
Painting Gods. Abderos. Athena. Dioskourides.[1] son of Dionysodoros.
Decree 1 In the archonship of Archias (346/5), in the ninth, of AkamantisV, for which Kephisodoros son of Athenophanes (5) of Phlya was secretary. Of the presiding committee (proedrōn) Protias of Acharnai was putting to the vote. Euboulides son of Antiphilos of Halimous[2] proposed: concerning those things for which Dioskourides of Abdera is deemed to have made legal supplication in the Council, the Council shall resolve: that the (10) presiding committee (proedrous) allotted to preside in the next Assembly shall introduce him to the People and put the matter on the agenda and submit the opinion of the Council to the People that it seems good to the Council, since (15) Dioskourides and his brothers, Charmes and Anaxipolis the sons of Dionysodoros of Abdera, were benefactors of the Athenian People, the Council and the generals and the archons in the cities (20) of the Athenians shall take care of them so that they come to no harm; and to praise Dioskourides and invite him to hospitality in the city hall (prutaneion) tomorrow.
Decree 2 Diopeithes son of Diopeithes of Sphettos proposed: concerning those things for which Dioskourides is deemed to have made legal supplication to the People, (25) in order that the Athenian People may honour its benefactors and take care of friends of the city in need at any time, the People shall resolve: in other respects as proposed by the Council, but Dioskourides and Charmes and (30) Anaxipolis, the children of Dionysodoros of Abdera, shall be permitted to live at Athens until they return to their own city; and they shall pay [capital taxes (eisphoras)] . . . with (35) [the Athenians] . . . . . .