Victory dedication by a sponsor and director

IG II3 4 561 Date: i AD
. . . . . . having competed in the men's circular choruses for the tribe of Kekropis, serving as sponsor (chorēgōn) and as director (didaskōn) himself,[1] and having directed (5) a new tragedy at the Great Panathenaia, and having won all three, (he dedicated this) to Athena.[2]