Dittenberger dated this inscription to the 3rd century B.C., but it appears to refer to Pairisades III, who ruled the Bosporan Kingdom in the first half of the 2nd century B.C.
[It was resolved by the city of Delphi in full assembly with] a vote [as prescribed by law]: since king Pairisades and queen Kamasaryē, daughter of king Spartokos, have in the same way as their predecessors continually acted piously towards the gods, and have shown kindness to those of the citizens who have visited them, therefore it is resolved by the city . . .
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