Caucaland is a region mentioned by Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus as Caucalandenses locus, a place where the Goths located on the left bank of the Danube withdrew after the coming of the Huns. It is identified by some modern historians[who?] as Valea Strâmbă River (Mureş), and by Florin Constantiniu in Vrancea and Buzău Mountains.
- Madgearu, Alexandru (2008). Istoria Militară a Daciei Post Romane 275-376. Cetatea de Scaun. ISBN 978-973-8966-70-3, p. 82.
- Constantiniu, Florin (2011). O istorie sinceră a poporului român [A sincere history of the Romanian people] (4th ed.). Bucharest: Univers Enciclopedic Gold. p. 52.
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