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Not much is known about the Medieval fortress apart from a few documents which outline minor characteristics in the fortress' appearance.
Initially built by Constantine the Great, the walls surrounded the new city on all sides, protecting it against attack from both sea and land.
Maglič was probably built in the first half of the 13th century by Stephen the First Crowned or his son Urosh I.
During the Serbian empire it was the seat of Archbishop Danilo II, who wrote his famous hagiographies and regiographies in Maglič.
The monastery has been assaulted and damaged by the Turks several times.
As from the second half of 12th century, the fortress became the center of the Serbian medieval state.
Some numismatic material was found at this site, dated in the period of King Radoslavs rule, which provides valuable evidence on existence of the first Serbian mint in Ras.
The first fortress was built in 6th century AD on a land that had been inhabited during the Neolithic and Bronze ages or roughly 4000 BC It was constructed with yellow limestone and travertine and along with fragments of Latin inscriptions, assert the idea that the fortress originated from the Roman city of Skupi, which was completely destroyed by an earthquake in 518.
The fortress is thought to have been reconstructed during the rule of emperor Justinian I and constructed further during the 10th and 11th centuries over the remains of emperor Justinian's Byzantine fortress which may have been destroyed due to a number of wars and battles in the region, such as that of the uprising of the Bulgarian Empire against the Byzantine Empire under the rule of Peter Delyan.
Ras was mentioned for the first time in a work of Constantine VII Porphyrogenet, as a border region between the Serbs and Bulgarians in which barttles were fought during the second half of the 9th century.