Thyateira honours Hadrian

AIO 2847 Date: 128-132 AD
Fragment a+c+d+f+g+i+j
For good fortune of the most divine Emperor Caesar Trajan Hadrian Augustus, Since the city of the Thyateirans, [feeling gratitude for the benefactions (euergesiais) of the] greatest Emperor, Caesar Trajan Hadrian Augustus, [saviour (sōtēros)] (5)and [benefactor (euergetou)], father of the fatherland, Pontifex Maximus, consul, [through] which [cities and] peoples (ethnē) of all Greece [have come into this most solemn] Panhellenion, [wishes] to inscribe on the Acropolis [in Athens] everything which it achieved [with Mettius Modestus' support?] and the gifts of the greatest of all kings ever, Emperor Caesar Trajan Hadrian (10)Olympios Panhellenios Zeus, for all of which the Council and People of the Thyateirans decided, for good fortune, that this decree shall be inscribed on a stone stele and stood on the Acropolis, [so that it may be] very clear to all the Greeks, how much (the city) has got from the greatest king, [because simultaneously] the king benefited (euergetēsen) all of the Greeks in common, having gathered that council (sunedrion) together from them, as a common source of honour (philoteimian), (15)in the most brilliant city of the Athenians, which is the benefactress (euergetin) that [gives] the fruit of the Mysteries to all alike, that is the [most awesome] Panhellenion, through what he decreed (epsēphisato) [the Romans] agreeing [through a decision (dogmati)] of the Senate, and individually [he gave] the peoples and cities [a share] of this [most honourable council], and it is also clear that [the king increases and benefits] our [city] conspicuously and often, . . . even the (20) . . . he benefitted . . . taking on behalf of . . . . . . from the . . . [the control (?)] of the waters . . . from . . . according to the - of all . . .
Fragment b+h
erasure (25)[ . . . incomes (prosodous) (?)] [ . . . not only having displayed] his munificence (megalophrosynēn) with two hundred thousand denarii for [the transport of grain and all kinds] of sustenance (trophōn) and [having provided] the greatest bounty regarding wheat (puron) . . . of the greatest king's love of giving, but also the . . . himself often acting kindly, at the time when (30)[ . . . and having made firm] for us forever our borders [unchangeable security (asphaleian)] [and the protection] of them [through] the king's forethought, and even . . . having entrusted [to the officials] who requested it from him, [ . . . money] left for another purpose [ . . . and he also wanted] the land taxes (gēs phorous) to be equitable (35) . . .
Fragment e
. . . [ . . . the following carried out embassies and delivered the] decree [of the Thyateirans: . . . ] [ . . . and Tiberius Claudius Menogenes Caecilianus, son of Tiberius Claudius Sokrates] (40)Sacerdotianus, [priest of Kathegemon Dionysos and high priest of the Augusti] and son of Julia [Menogenis, competition director (agōnothetidos) and crown-bearer (stephanēphorou) and prytanis.] The [inscription and erection of the stele on the Acropolis were managed by the high priest for life of the] Augusti [and priest of Kathegemon Dionysos and high priest of Asia and competition direction (agōnothetēs)] Tiberius Claudius Menogenes Caecilianus.