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Nor is there any indication of the date of Toves marriage, although it appears unlikely that she married much later than 980 considering the date her husband died.
This would place her birth in  which, in turn, would mean that Mstivoj would have been over 60 years old when he is mentioned in 1000.
However, one difficulty is the apparent chronological discrepancy.
The only other reference to Mstivoj is dated to 1000 and gives no idea about his age at the time.
Thietmar records that the Bohemians "secretly called Wlodowej from Poland" after Duke Boleslav was deposed and that he "was unanimously elected in his place because of his consanguinity" (after 979-).
If she was Mieszko's sister, it is likely that they did not share the same mother, assuming that the estimated birth dates of Mieszko and Adelajda are both accurate.
It is probable that her second marriage was arranged in accordance with the Magyar tradition that the oldest male relative should marry the widow of a deceased relative (originally polygamously) and take care of his children. In 965, Prince Mieszko formed an alliance with Boleslav I Duke of Bohemia, confirmed by his marriage to the latter's daughter, the new queen influencing her husband's baptism at Easter 966 and being instrumental in the start of Poland's conversion to Christianity.
The dispute was mediated in Quedlinburg in 973 by Emperor Otto.
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.
This would place King Svends marriage rather earlier than the date suggested below, but the idea is not impossible.
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.