Citizenship decree for Hikesios of Ephesos

IG II3 1 1384 Date: Ca. 175 BC
. . . [in the trust] of king [Eumenes]; and in order therefore that the People may also be seen to honour (timōn) those who provide services to it, for good fortune, the Council shall decide, (5) that the presiding committee allotted to preside at the forthcoming Assembly shall put these matters on the agenda, and submit the opinion of the Council to the People, that it seems good to the Council to praise Hikesios son of Metrodoros of Ephesos[1] for his good will (eunoias) towards the Athenians; and he shall also be granted citizenship, having been scrutinised (10) in the court in accordance with the law; and the court presidents (thesmothetas), when they next fill the court with five hundred and one jurors, shall introduce the scrutiny of his enrolment as citizen (politographias), even if he is not present; and when he has been scrutinised he may be enrolled in the tribe and deme and phratry that he wishes; (15) and the prytany secretary shall inscribe this decree on a stone stele and stand it on the acropolis; and the treasurer of the military fund shall allocate the expense accrued for it. traces of a crown