Glo'bulus, P. Servi'lius
was tribune of the plebs, B. C. 67. When one of his colleagues, C. Cornelius [C. CORNELIUS], brought forward a rotation which the senate disliked, Globulus laid his tribunitian interdict on its reading by the clerk. (Ascon. in Cic. pro Cornel.
p. 57, ed. Orelli.)
But he appeared as evidence in defence of Cornelius, when impeached for disregarding the interdict. (Ascon. p. 61.) Globulus was praetor of Asia Minor in B. C. 65-64, since he was the immediate predecessor of L. Flaccus (Sal. Cat. 45
; Cic. pro Flacc.
3) in that province. (Cic.pro Flacc.
32; Schol. Bob. pro Flacc.
pp. 233, 245, Orelli.)