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- Papirius, pontifex in 509 BC, was the author of a supposed collection of Leges Regiae, referred to as the Ius Papirianum.
- Lucius Papirius, a creditor whose sexually-motivated abuse of his bond slave is supposed to have led to the abolishment of debt bondage in Rome; see nexum.
- Lucius Papirius Cursor, consul five times during the 320s and 310s BC, dictator twice, and a general.
- Gaius Papirius Carbo, consul in 120 BC.
- Gnaeus Papirius Carbo, consul in 113 BC, brother of the consul of 120.
- Gaius Papirius Carbo, a tribune ca. 90 BC, son of the consul of 120 BC.
- Gnaeus Papirius Carbo, son of the consul of 113 BC, consul three times during the civil wars of the 80s BC as part of the faction of Marius and Cinna.
- Gnaeus Papirius Aelianus, governor of Roman Britain ca. 145—147.
- Papirius Fabianus, c. 30 AD, philosopher