. . . Name son of Xenophantos (?) . . . and adopted son of Hagemon and the association of Eratideians (Eratideioi; i.e. devoted to the legendary dynasty of Eratidai, or a tribe [?]) honored Xenophantos son of Agestratos. This is dedicated to the gods.
(In verse:) They were not labouring in vain in giving thanks for brave accomplishments, but works of the hands and of strength are much less powerful than words. For this son of Agestratos, Xenophantos, accomplished many things among citizens and foreigners and is very worthy of fame. Those setting this up as a thanks on his return home say these glorifying words of Pieris (i.e. the poet who wrote the verse for them).
Timocharis of Eleutherna made this.Translation by: Harland
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