13Murphy, Denis, and Thomas J. Westropp. "Notes on the Antiquities of Tara." Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, vol. 4, no. 3, ser. 5, 1894, pp. 232-42.

Westropp's translation from the Dindshenchas √Črenn: "Whence is Temhair (Tara) so named ? Not difficult. Temhuir, i.e. Teamhur, i.e.Mur Tea, the wall of Tea, daughter of Lughaid, son of Ith, son of Breogon, the wife of Eremon, son of Milesius, i.e. there she was buried."