The great age for the discovery of papyrus manuscripts in Egypt was of course the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. But a handful of papyrus manuscripts, more specifically Latin papyrus codices, also survived from antiquity in European libraries.
In his paleographical handbook published in 1893, Edward Maunde Thompson gave a list of these. As it turns out, images of most of them are available online:
Codex traditionum ecclesiae Ravennatis (Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Clm 44)
Justinian’s Digest (Pommersfelden, Bibliothek Graf von Schönborn PPL 1–6; CLA 1351)
We’re happy to be informed of other similar papyrus codices not noted by Thompson.
Edward Maunde Thompson, Handbook of Greek and Latin Palaeography (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1893), p. 34.