Honours for Phanokritos of Parion, 386/5 BC

AIO 801 Date: 386/5 BC
. . . . . . [reward Phanokritos?] on account of [his benefaction?], if the People also decide, and to inscribe his benefaction (euergesian) on a stone stele on the acropolis; and to invite him to hospitality (xenia) (5) in the city hall (prutaneion) tomorrow. Kephalos proposed: in other respects in accordance with the Council, but the secretary of the Council shall inscribe Phanokritos of Parion[1] as a proxenos and benefactor, (10) himself and his descendants, on a stone stele, and stand it on the acropolis, because he tipped off the generals about the passage (paraplo) of the ships (neōn), and if the generals had believed (epithonto) him the enemy triremes (15) would have been captured: it is for this that there is to be the proxeny and benefactorship. And to invite him to hospitality (xenia) in the city hall (prutaneion) tomorrow; and the receivers (apodektas) shall allocate (merisai) the money specified (eirēmenon) (20) from the funds (chrēmatōn) deposited (kataballomenōn) when they make the financial allocations prescribed by the laws.[2]