Dedication (in city hall?)

IG II3 4 126 Date: before 61 AD
To Hestia and Apollo and the gods Augusti (theois Sebastois) and the Council of the Areopagos and the Council of six hundred and the People,[1] Philoxenos son of Agathokles of Phlya dedicated (this) from his own resources, made by his father (5) Agathokles son of Philoxenos of Phlya,[2] when the hoplite general was Tiberius Claudius Theogenes of Paiania[3] and the manager of the city (epimelētou tēs poleōs) was Tiberius Claudius Oinophilos of Trikorynthos.[4]