Sylloge Inscriptionum Graecarum: 500


Greek text:   IG_11.4.692
Date:     230-215 B.C.
Format:   see key to translations

For possible other references to this Boukris, see Scholten, "The Politics of Plunder", p.109 ( Google Books ).

Resolved by the council and the people, as proposed by Philios son of Charilas: since Boukris of Naupaktos, the son of Daitas, has continually acted well concerned the temple and the Delians, by saying and doing whatever he can on behalf of the temple and the Delians; and he has provided assistance both publicly and privately to those Delians whom he encounters, whenever any of them calls on his help; therefore it has been resolved by the council and the people that [Boukris] of Naupaktos in Aetolia, [the son of Daitas, shall be a proxenos of the temple] and the Delians; and [at Delos he shall have freedom from taxes] and privileged seating [at games and] access [to the council and the people] . . .

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