Comment: 
The location of the Aktia is not made explicit in either I.Magnesia 180 or 181, so I have assumed 'the Aktia' are meant. The dating is complicated. In general for dating I follow Farrington (2012), 144 note 467, which reproduces two possible career reconstructions from the two inscriptions as given in IAG 204  Moretti assumes a chronological order for Aristomachos' victories, which is reasonable since I.Magnesia 180 gives some indication of dating (Olympiads a.o.) and I.Magnesia 181 extensively uses adverbs and particles to describe the order in which his victories appear. The dating of Aristomachos' Actian and Nemaean victories are somewhat unclear, but generally his victories fall between the short time limit given. For the Actian victory Farrington assumes it fell in the same years as the Sebasta, based on literary sources. The discipline is not made explicit, but due to chronology and the fact that I.Magnesia 180 later switches to another age category (viz. 'ageneioi') it is assumed his victory is still in 'pankration  paides' (I.Magnesia 181 also calls Aristomachos the pankratiast)  PK
