Tubero - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(P. Aelius Tubero) - Roman praetor, c. 217 B.C.
er sits on the head of P.Aelius Tubero, and is interpreted as a bad
(Q. Aelius Tubero) - son-in-law of Aemilius Paullus
Paullus rewards Q.Tubero with some silver from the Macedonian spoil
only to his son-in-law Tubero he gave a silver bowl that
Perseus, gave to Aelius Tubero, his son-in-law, five pounds
(Q. Aelius Tubero) - suffect consul, 118 B.C.
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Q.Tubero as tribune rules against Scipio in a procedural dispute
Q.Aelius Tubero fails to be elected as praetor.
Q.Aelius Tubero opposes the reforms of Gracchus.
Q.Aelius Tubero is renowned as an expert on the law, and strictly
nian law; Quintus Aelius Tubero and Rutilius Rufus being
word, as Panaetius enjoins upon Tubero. And the Old Academy indeed
take some notice of Q. Aelius Tubero, the grandson of L.
ius;- but none at all in Tubero."  & "True," said
Laelius wrote one for Quintus Tubero, when he wished to praise
importance; we have seen Quintus Tubero, ** a man of eminent
itself, his nephew, Quintus Tubero, arrived in advance of
as of other matters. But, Tubero, to give you my frank
was given a place beside Tubero.
of learning. For these reasons, Tubero, I have always delighted
that he would continue. Finally Tubero said : Since my elders
which is addressed to Quintus Tubero, has all the marks of
[5.1] Q. Aelius Tubero, when he was asked to
(Q. Aelius Tubero) - Roman consul, 11 B.C.
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Serinianus Maximus and Tubero Africanus and Maximus Arun
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