The letter follows immediately after the decree; Welles suggests that the decree, of which only the end has survived, instructed that the letter of Antiochos should be inscribed in the same place as the decree.
[A] . . . on [two stone] steles [. . . and to place one] in Magnesia [. . . and the other] in the [. . . and to write] about these matters . . . the strategos and [. . . to the Nysaeans] so that they can indicate [the most suitable place in which] the stele may be placed . . .
[B] King Antiochos to the magistrates [and the council and people of . . . greetings. Of the letter] which we wrote [to . . . the] dioiketes [there is enclosed a copy . . .]
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