The Visigothic Name, Territory, and Dynasty remains in the titles of the Nobility of France. The peerage of France (highest ranking equal princes) have several hereditary princes of this realm, using the claim as the larger Province called "Languedoc". Read the booklet by Jean Lafitte and article entitled "Languedoc, déformation de *Land Goth ?". Dynastically it is also demonstratably preserved (as I give a taste below). The Visigothic family succession was preserved from the original Balti Dynasty via the Visigothic Princess Brunhilda, Grandmother of Pepin (and other Visigothic Nobles), thus transferring the rights to the Franks, later to the Dynastic descendants known as Counts of Toulouse and Princes of Gothia for an additional 800 years. The original Gothia (Visigoth) land realm remains in the name "Langeudoc" (Land of the Goths / Langue de Goth), according to numerous authentic records, encyclopedias, etc. Today you also can look it up on any map. Whether they call their territory Langeudoc or Gothia makes no difference, as all agree it is the same place, same tribe, and just a different spelling. It was continued legally through the female Visigoth Genealogy, also as a title "Gothia", and later the same region colloquially as Languedoc. For most of the generations it remained within the government of the Toulouse Nobility. It then passed to their heir Philip III who was of the earlier Capetian Dynasty, and down through all the French Kings till today. We know the House of Bourbon, Cadet branch of the Capetian dynasty has held the original grants with the name "Gothia" as per the general history books (one as attached in the graphic). The original territory reached the French Kings by first passing from the Visigothic Princess Brunhilda. She passed it to her heirs, and to the Merovingian King Pepin, see: https://gw.geneanet.org/belfast8?lang=en&p=brunhilda+of+toledo&n=germany . As in the attached image, the whole of Gothia passed rightfully(legally) Dynastically down from Bernard I to his heirs, down to this present day all concretely. Not only the Kings protected all such titles of the province, the dukes and counts also never not ever renounced this legal entity known as Languedoc nor disbanded it in any way. Their claims of this illustrious decent or renounce any rights to this entity. This was all long settled. Things only became a little shaky with the Napoleanic usurpation during the French Revolution. The Brunswick Manifesto was to restore the French King to all his rightful titles, of which Napoleon refused. Therefore Brunswick made good on all promises, as commander-in-chief over all Prussia, commander-in-chief over all Austria and commander-in-chief (in war time) of de jure France(as granted by the rightful King of France giving Brunswick the additional authority in France). Note that Brunswick also has the living title Prince of Gottingen (Gothia) as a Dynastic inheritance, which remains a sub-principality under the duchy of Brunswick and Lunenburg, with this same Prince ranking higher (during war time) than all three Emperors. This begun the war for the French King to be restored under all original rightful titles.