Diodorus of Sicily trans C.H. Oldfather, III (Loeb, 1952), 153-5: `Of the sides of Britain the shortest, which extends along Europe, is 7,500 stades, the second, from the strait to the (northern) tip, is 15,000 stades, and the last is 20,000 stades, so that the entire circuit of the island amounts to 42,500 stades ...'. The Graeco-Roman stade was also treated as equivalent to the furlong in the 1611 translation of the Bible. Again, Harrison slightly misquotes his source.