The most likely context for this inscription is when Seleukos I was in Asia Minor, after defeating Lysimachos.
. . . and so that Antipatros may know the honours that have been granted to him by the people, the presidents shall sign the decree with the public seal and give it to the first envoys who are chosen to go to king Seleukos; the envoys shall greet him on behalf of the people and hand over the decree to him; they shall urge him to observe the good attitude that the people have towards him, and to give a strong demonstration of his [goodwill] towards the city; if there is anything . . . from the laws that is contrary to this decree, [the laws] shall be aligned with [it] . . .
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