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Honours for anonymus, son of Menandros, boy pankratiast 
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[The Council honoured ?Menandros ] son of Menandros, the oeconomus of (the body responsible), who competed in the boys' pankration with distinction, (at) the celebration of the Philemoniean contest by the neopoioi of the most manifest goddess Aphrodite, led by the most renowned Ant[onius] Car[minius] Po[pilius] Agelaos, chief-neopoios; the erection of the statue took place from the income of the whole Council, (organized) by Antonius Aurelius Euelpistos, the boularch. Which Menandros was crowned, having won (in) the contest also, as is made clear by the other statue of him, put up before it.
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