Tubero   - in ancient sources @

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  Tubero   (P. Aelius Tubero) - Roman praetor, c. 217 B.C.
217/47 er sits on the head of P.Aelius Tubero, and is interpreted as a bad

  Tubero 2   (Q. Aelius Tubero) - son-in-law of Aemilius Paullus
168/50 Paullus rewards Q.Tubero with some silver from the Macedonian spoil
    Within translations:
Plut:Mor_198 only to his son-in-law Tubero he gave a silver bowl that

  Tubero 3   (Q. Aelius Tubero) - suffect consul, 118 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
129/13 Q.Tubero as tribune rules against Scipio in a procedural dispute
128/8 Q.Aelius Tubero fails to be elected as praetor.
122/17 Q.Aelius Tubero opposes the reforms of Gracchus.
110/13 Q.Aelius Tubero is renowned as an expert on the law, and strictly
    Within translations:
Athen_6.274 nian law; Quintus Aelius Tubero and Rutilius Rufus being
Cic:Brut_117 take some notice of Q. Aelius Tubero, the grandson of L.
Cic:Brut_118 ius;- but none at all in Tubero." [119] & "True," said

  Tubero 4   (Q. Aelius Tubero) - Roman consul, 11 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
ExcBarb_50B Serinianus Maximus and Tubero Africanus and Maximus Arun

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