Verse dedication by a [poet] commemorating a victory with a men's chorus

IG I3 833bis Date: ca. 480-470 BC?
. . . in Athens with a men's chorus . . . of (his?) wisdom dedicated this marker (horos) having fulfilled a vow. With the most choruses elsewhere among the tribes of men he has been victorious, he says, (in competition) for a tripod.[1]