1. P. Aelius
Tubero, was elected plebeian aedile B. C. 202, but resigned his office, together with his colleague L. Laetorius, because there had been some fault in the auspices at their election.
He was praetor the following year, B. C. 201, when he obtained Sicily as his province. In B. C. 189 he was one of the tell commissioners sent into Asia after the conquest of Antiochus; and in B. C. 177 he was again elected praetor. (Liv. 30.39