Honours for Asklepiodoros

IG II3 1 418 Date: Ca. 340-320 (337/6?) BC
Decree 1 . . . . . . of the prytany. [Of the presiding committee (proedrōn) Euthy?]krates of [Aphidna?][1] was putting to the vote. . . . of Potamos proposed: concerning the lawful petition which Asklepiodoros son of Poly- of -[2] (5) is deemed to have made to the Council, the People shall resolve: since Asklepiodoros was a good man, fighting against the enemy, sailing on the trireme of Chares of Aixone,[3] to praise (10) him and crown him with a foliage crown for his manly virtue (andragathias) and invite him to hospitality in the city hall (prutaneion) tomorrow; and he and his descendants shall have equality of taxation (isoteleian), while resident at Athens, like the (15) others who have equality of taxation (isotelesin), so that everyone who serves on campaign with the Athenians may know that the People honours good men; and having inscribed this decree on a stone stele, let the secretary stand it (20) on the acropolis; and for the inscribing let the treasurer of the People give twenty drachmas from the People’s fund for expenditure on decrees.
Decree 2 Kephisophon son of Kallibios of Paiania proposed: in other respects as proposed by the Council; (25) but since Asklepiodoros . . . was a good man concerning the Athenian People . . .