Person:Tyre Haraldsdatter (1)

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Trye Haraldsdatter
b.abt 971 Halland, Sweden
d.abt 18 Sep 1000 Sweden
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Name Trye Haraldsdatter
Alt Name Thyra Haraldsdotter , Queen of Norway
Alt Name Tyre
Gender Female
Alt Birth? 958 Jelling
Marriage 0959 Denmark, Swedento Styrbjörn Olafsson "the Strong" , of Sweden
Birth? abt 971 Halland, Sweden
Death? abt 18 Sep 1000 Sweden
Ancestral File Number 8HJ8-4Q
Alt Death[2] 18 Sep 1000 Ormen, Hin Lange, Norway
Ancestral File Number XL4J-LW


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Tyra of Denmark, also called Tyri Haraldsdatter and Thyra (10th century – 1000) was a Danish princess and a Norwegian Viking age Queen consort, spouse of King Olav I of Norway.

Tyra was born to King Harald Bluetooth and Queen Gyrid Olafsdottir, Princess of Sweden. She was first married to the Swedish prince and throne claimant Styrbjörn Starke (Beorn the Feisty and Strong) and was as such a titular crown princess of Sweden. As a widow, she married a Polish prince. Second widowed, she married King Olav I of Norway. According to legend, Queen Tyra committed suicide by starvation after the news of her husband's death in 1000.

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References
  1.   Thyra Haraldsdottir, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.
  2. TYRE Haraldsdatter (-18 Sep [1000]), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  3.   Tyra of Denmark, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).