Choregic dedication of Agasias for the City DionysiaIG II3 4 567 Date: ii AD
[These men, offspring] of kings, rushing forward in number, sceptre-bearers of [Marathon] and of the (tribe) of the Acharnians, and those whose namesakes were Hippothoon and Aigeus, trained as a chorus [of men] and thus Oineus stood out, (5) and [Aga]sias [led (them)], but the one who led Kekropia [and was archon, was . . . ], and Ar[en] played the pipes, . . . of a stout-hearted (kraterophronos) [maiden?] uninscribed space . . . was sponsor (echorēgei) . . .  . . .