is a name given to various places where the Goths
lived during their migrations:
- Götaland, the traditional original homeland of the Goths.
- Dacia was referred to as Gothia during the fourth century, when it was settled by Goths.
- a name used by the Byzantines for the Gothic-inhabited hinterland of Crimea.
- an alternative name for the Principality of Theodoro, deriving from the above usage.
- "Marca Hispania". This was a series of Counties ruled by Franks in the late 8th century and 9th century of formerly Visigothic lands north and south of the Pyrenees. (See Septimania).
- "Gothia Land" (in Latin Gathia Launia), This is hypothetical origin of the name of Catalonia which eventually emerged from Marca Hispania.
- A city on the Euphrates river in the Ramadi (district) of Iraq, between Hit, Iraq and Ramadi.