Dittenberger pointed out that at almost the same time as this inscription, Delphi granted proxeny to three brothers from Ephesos, who may have belonged to the same family as Dynatos and Argeios ( FD_3.1.122 - Greek text ).
Gods. The Delphians have restored to Dynatos and Argeios of Ephesos, the sons of Themistos, their previous status of proxenos, and have granted to them and their descendants priority in access to the oracle, privileged seating at games, priority in receiving justice, inviolability, freedom from taxes, and the other privileges which are given to other proxenoi. When the archon was Diodoros, and the members of the council were Aristomachos, Aristokrates and Dameas.
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