Timomachos is not named in any surviving decree of the Amphictyonic Council. The "Dorians from the Peloponnese" often sent a hieromnemon to the council, but apart from this decree the only known hieromnemon from Aigina in the 3rd century B.C. was Lyandros, in Syll_482 of 269/8 B.C.
Gods. The Delphians have granted to Timomachos of Aigina, the son of Eusthenes, who holds the position of hieromnemon, both to himself and to his descendants, proxeny, priority in access to the oracle, privileged seating at games, priority in receiving justice, inviolability, freedom from all taxes ahd all the other rights that are awarded to other proxenoi. When the archon was Archelas, and the members of the council were Agetor, Timogenes, Eupolis, [Deinon] and Eucharidas.
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