The inscriptions F.Delphes III 1 551, I.Ephesos 2070-2071, and Corinth 8.3.370 and 693 render the same information, with some slight differences: lists of where Apolaustos held councillorship (hence also citizenship) or only citizenship and the cities in which statues were erected for him. Lines 27-28 of the Delphi-inscription inform the reader that Apolaustos was made citizen of even more cities than recorded there.
Only in the Delphi-inscription an actual victory is recorded. Some of his other victories might be found in I.Magnesia 192 (see Robert OMS VI pp. 574-577 and Slater (1995), in GBRS 36(3), pp. 263-292). Farrington however, does not link that inscription to Apolaustos. Therefore, see Farrington (2012) 5.8 for the victories from the Magnesia-inscription.
Farrington (2012), n. 800: 'The editor of FdeD III, 1 no. 551 restored ll. 1 – 3, as ‘...Τιβ. Ἰούλιον Ἀπόλαυστον τ[ραγικῆς ἐν]|ρύθμου κινήσεως ὑποκριτή[ν, περιοδονί]κην, ἱερονίκην ...’). Slater (... in: GRBS 36, 1995, 263–292, 265) points out that the restoration ‘περιοδονί]κην’ is impossible, as the festivals of the periodos did not have competitions for pantomimes and suggests (271) as an alternative, ‘Ἀσιονίκης’, as the games at Pergamon in which Apolaustos is victorious are ‘κοινὰ
As both the readings 'periodonikes' and 'asionikes' are insecure, the periodos-festivals are added with questionmarks.