Gyrid of Sweden
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|Queen consort of Denmark|
|Successor||Tove of the Obotrites|
|House||House of Munsö (by birth)
House of Denmark (by marriage)
|Father||Olof (II) Björnsson|
Gyrid was the daughter of King Olof (II) Björnsson of Sweden and Queen Ingeborg Thrandsdotter. She was not the sister of the Swedish throne claimant Styrbjörn Starke, who was a Norwegian that used a false claim to be the son of former king Olof (II) Björnsson (who was already dead) in order to challenge Olof's brother Erik for the Swedish throne.
Gyrid is thought to have married Harold Bluetooth, who actually supported the previously mentioned Norwegian in his invasion attempt of Sweden.
Gyrid of SwedenBorn: 10th century
|Royal Consort of Denmark
Tove of the Obotrites
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