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The Turks retreated and the Austrians reconstructed the Fortress.
The town was named after the Nišava River, which flows through the city and which was named Navissos by the Celtic in the 3rd century BC; it was then known as Roman Naissus, Byzantine Nysos and Slavic Niš.
and according to French travelers such as Jérôme-Adolphe Blanqui and Ami Boue in 1837/1841.
According to all authors between 1840-72 the delineation between Bulgarians and Serbs is undisputed and ran north of Nis, before the area had been under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and the Serbian Patriarchate of Peć.
Legend has it that Niš was founded by a Prince Nisa, who built it using the nearby Humska Čuka stone. The ethnogenesis of the Thracians started in the Iron Age, and one of their chief towns was Aiadava, the Roman Remesiana; specifically, the Triballi dwelled in this region, mentioned as early as 424 BC.
In 279 BC, during the Gallic invasion of the Balkans, the Scordisci tribe defeated the Triballi and settled the lands, at which time the city was known as Navissos.) was used as a base for operations.