7. M. Claudius
Marcellus, praetor in B. C. 188, in which office he ordered two Romans of noble birth, who had been guilty of an outrage towards the Carthaginian ambassadors, to be given up to that people. (Liv. 38.35
.) Some writers consider that it is this Marcellus, and not the praetor of 135, who became consul in 183.