Decree of artists of Dionysos honouring officials

IG II2 1320 Date: ca. 229/8-203 BC
. . . [1] . . . [and] [managed] the association (sunodou) of the artists (technitōn) with the additionally appointed managers (epimelētōn) in as honour-loving a manner (philotimotata) (5) as they could, having contributed from their own resources; for good fortune, the artists shall decide to praise the religious officials (hieropoious), Sositheos the tragic actor and Sophilos the singer and (10) crown both of them with an ivy crown for their piety towards the gods and love of honour (philotimias) towards the society (koinon) of artists; and to inscribe this decree (15) and their names on a stone stele and stand it in the dedication of Poseidippos.[2]
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The artists (crowned) Sositheos the tragic actor
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The artists (crowned) Sophilos the singer