For a summary of the career of Glaukon, the brother of Chremonides, see P.Pachidis, "Between City and King" pp.162-166 ( PDF ).
Resolved by the city of Delphi: since Glaukon of Athens, the son of Eteokles, has continually acted piously towards the god and the temple, and has always shown kindness publicly to the city and privately to any of the Delphians whom he meets, therefore to enrol Glaukon as a benefactor of the temple and the city and as a proxenos; and to grant to him and his descendants priority in access to the oracle, priority in receiving justice, freedom from all taxes, privileged seating at the games, inviolability, security, and all the other rights that are awarded to other benefactors of the temple and the city. The archon was Erasippos, and the councillors were Charixenos, Aiakidas and Melission.
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