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Battle of Göllheim

Battle of Göllheim
Part of the fight for the rule over the Holy Roman Empire

Death of Adolf of Nassau, Simon Meister, 1829
Date July 2, 1298
Location Göllheim near Worms
Result Habsburg victory
Belligerents
 Austrian lands
Kingdom of Bohemia
 Holy Roman Empire
 Electoral Palatinate
Commanders and leaders
Albert I of Habsburg Adolf of Nassau

The Battle of Göllheim was fought on 2 July 1298 between Albert I of Habsburg and Adolf of Nassau-Weilburg.

After the death of Rudolph I at Germesheim on 15 July 1291,

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