Choregic dedication from Anagyrous

IG II3 4 507 Date: Mid-4th cent. BC
With a chorus of sweet laughter, [he] once [was victorious] at the Dionysia, and [he set up] this gift to the god as memorial of victory, an ornament for the deme and an object of emulation for his father, garlanded with ivy; for even before him [he won] the crown-bearing [contest].[1]