Babio (De Babione) is a 12th-century elegiac comedy consisting of 484 lines of elegiac distychs, probably composed in England. It imitates Roman comedy and is indebted to Ovid, Plautus and Terence. It is preserved in five manuscripts, four of them in England and one in Berlin.
- Edmond Faral (1948)
- M. M. Brennan, Charleston (1969).
- The Influence of Plautus and Latin Elegiac Comedy on Chaucer's Fabliaux by Kathleen A. Bishop