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In [990], Prince Mieszko donated his whole country to the papacy, signalling an assertion of his autonomy from the empire (at that time still controlled by the regent Empress Theophano) while at the same time affirming papal pre-eminence, which suggests that they were polygamous marriages.

While this is probably an exaggeration to contrast his previous pagan ways with his post-baptismal way of life, it does seem probable that Mieszko married earlier than 965 especially if he was born in the earlier part of the estimated birth date range shown above.

This would place King Svends marriage rather earlier than the date suggested below, but the idea is not impossible.

This is one of the possibilities for the origin of the first wife of Svend I King of Denmark, based solely on Thietmar who refers to the mother of "filiis Suenni" as "Miseconis filia ducis, soror Bolizlavi successori eius"(-[Jan/Mar] 1003).

The dispute was mediated in Quedlinburg in 973 by Emperor Otto.

Prince Mieszko left his son Bolesław at the German court as a hostage, but placed him under the protection of the Holy See by sending a lock of his son's hair to the Pope.

This would place her birth in [960] which, in turn, would mean that Mstivoj would have been over 60 years old when he is mentioned in 1000.

This is not impossible, but it seems a little surprising.

If this hypothesis is correct, Tove could have been the sister of the first wife of King Haralds son, King Svend, implying a father/son double marriage with two sisters.

There is, however, no evidence of any children born from an earlier marriageof Bohemia, daughter of BOLESLAV I "der Grausame" Duke of the Bohemians & his wife Biagota --- ([940/45]-977).

The Annales Kamenzenses record that "Mescorex Polanorum" married "Danbrovcam filiam ducis Boemie" in 965Her marriage was arranged to confirm the alliance between her father and her prospective husband.

After her arrival in Poland, she converted Prince Mieszko to Christianity and was instrumental in the conversion of the whole country in 966The name of Toves father, "Mistiuis", on the Runic stone bears some similarity to Mstivoj.

However, one difficulty is the apparent chronological discrepancy.

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