2. was aedile of the plebs with M. Porcius Cato the elder, in B. C. 199, and, in the next sear, one of his colleagues in the praetorship.
As praetor, Helvius had no province regularly assigned to him; but lie accompanied the consul. Sext Aelius Paetus, into Cisalpine Gaul, and received from him the command of one of the consular armies. ( Liv. 32.7
He afterwards served in Galatia as legatus to Cn. Manlius Vulso, consul in B. C. 189. (Liv. 38.20
; Plb. 22.17.3