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eliminate the suspects and weapons to find out “whodunit”. The town's name comes from the Irish: Inis Ceithleann.
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Balor: Irish god of the death, king of the sea gods Fomor, husband of the goddess Cethlenn, father of the goddess. Ethlinn and grandfather of the sun god Lugh.
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The Otherworld Legend in Ireland Charles Stuart Boswell It is certain
Jun 20, 2011 [25] Cethlenn was the wife of Balor of the Mighty Blows, a Formorian chief, and therefore of the Chthonian race of Tethra.
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Balor (Balar, Bolar) - Balor was the son of Buarainech and the husband of Cethlenn. Balor was a chieftain of the Formorian giants and grandfather of Lugh.

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In Irish mythology, Cethlenn (Old Irish) or Cethleann (Modern Irish) was the wife of Balor of the Fomorians and, by him, the mother of Ethniu.
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Cethlenn was his wife. Ethlinn or Ethniu, was his daughter, whom he locked away in a crystal tower.
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Caitlín, Ceithlenn, Cethlenn, Ceithlionn, Céthlionn.

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