Panegyrici diversorum nunc demum recogniti et in lucem editi per Paulum Navium (Venice, 1576), 116-25 (Ninth panegyric, addressed to Maximianus and Constantius), refers to `soli Britanni pictis modo, & hybernis assueta hostibus adhuc seminudis ... ', `pictis' being presumably for Harrison the equivalent of `Redshanks'. Holinshed provided a translation of a substantial extract from the same speech in Chronicles of England, Book IV c.24, where the relevant phrase is translated (with some freedom) as`the British nation then alone was accustomed but onelie to the Picts and Irishmen, enimies halfe naked as yet & not used to weare armor ...'. The first edition of the Panegyrici had appeared at Milan around 1482.