Diodorus of Sicily III, trans. C.H. Oldfather (Loeb, 1952), 180-1 (Book V, 32.3-4): `... The most savage peoples among them [the Gauls] are those who dwell beneath the Bears and on the borders of Scythia, and some of these, we are told, eat human beings, even as the Britons do who dwell on Irin, as it is called ...'.