Some pieces of Greek literature have survived only through the Arabs. But is there any classical Latin literature that has survived the same way? This could mean translations from Latin to Arabic and later back to a European language, palimpsests, or any other means. It does not have to be a whole book; any small example of Roman literature coming through the Arabs would be great.
It is easy enough to search online and find discussions of the Arabs preserving Greek literature, but I found no mention of Latin. Perhaps the absence of mentions is evidence against what I am after, but it is not a very convincing and definitive kind of evidence. If someone familiar with this kind of thing says that if there were any they would have heard it, I will consider that sufficient. I trust an expert much more than Google in matters like this.