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Honours for Eurylochos of Kydonia 
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[In the archonship of Euthykritos (328/7), in the?], [sixth prytany, of Erechtheis, for which?], [Pythodelos son of Pythodelos of Hagnous ?] [was secretary. On the?] (1) [eigh]teenth [of Gamelion, the thirty-first?] of the prytany. Of the presiding committee (proedrōn) Pamphilos of Ph[yle?] was putting to the vote and his fellow presiding committee members (symproedroi) . Demades son of Demeas of Paiania (5) proposed: since both previously the ancestors of Eurylochos and his [father] Akesandros , being friendly and well disposed towards the city, made many great benefactions to the Athenian People, (10) and now Eurylochos , maintaining his ancestral good will towards the Athenian People, continues to be useful, both publicly and privately, to Athenians coming to Kydonia , (15) and having ransomed many Athenians from Crete , has dispatched them at his own expense, and was responsible for their rescue [from . . . ] . . . to their own country (eis tēn idian) . . .
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