Eithne Ollamhdha was the daughter of Dunlaing and granddaughter of Eanna Nia 
"The wife of the illustrious Cormac, King of Ireland, was Eithne Ollanhdha, daughter of Dunluing, who was the son of Eana Niadh." 
Geoffrey Keating, in his General History of Ireland, tells of the way in which Eithne dealt with her husband's mistress, Ciarnuit, forcing her to grind large quantities of corn (wheat) everyday. 
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