Sylloge Inscriptionum Graecarum: 1089
LIST OF VICTORS WHEN XENOKLES WAS ATHENIAN AGONOTHETE
Greek text: IG_2².3073
Date: 307/6 B.C.
Format: see key to translations
This is the earliest reference to public management of the choregia at Athens; previously it had been paid for by wealthy individuals. It is generally assumed that the change was introduced by Demetrios of Phaleron. For the monument on which this inscription was placed, see H.R Goette, in "The Greek Theatre and Festivals: Documentary Studies", p. 141 ( Google Books ).
The people [took on the the cost of producing plays when] Anaxikrates was archon.
The agonothete was [Xenokles] of Sphettos, son of Xeinis.
The winning poet in tragedies was [Phanostratos] of Halikarnassos, son of Herakleides.
The winning actor in tragedies was [Hieromnem]on of Kydathenaion, son of Euanorides.
The winning poet in comedies was [Philemon] of Diomeia, son of Damon.
The [winning] actor in comedies was [Kallip]pos of Sounion, son of Kallias.
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