A statue of Charixenos stood on top of a very tall monument at Delphi; see J.B.Scholten, "The Politics of Plunder", page 103 ( Google Books ). He is usually identified as the man who was general of the Aetolian League four times in the middle of the 3rd century B.C. ( see, for instance, Syll_402 ), but Dittenberger preferred a slightly later date for the inscription.
[A] Charixenos of Aetolia, the son of Kydrion, dedicates this to Apollo.
[B] Charixenos of Aetolia, [the son of Kydrion], dedicates this to Apollo.
Sonikos of Aetolia, the son of Anaxion, [made it].
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