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Palma was founded as a Roman camp upon the remains of a Talaiotic settlement. The city was subjected to several Vandal raids during the fall of the Western Roman Empire, then reconquered by Justinian I in mid-6th century. Palma was conquered by Muslims shortly after, and it remained under Muslim rule until it surrendered to James I of Aragon in 1230; later on, during 14th–15th centuries, it came under Catalan-Aragonese rule. After the conquest of Mallorca (Mallorca) by Aragonese king James II in 1287 (see War against Genoese), Palma became seat for one or more administrative courts depending on its importance at any given time: initially those held there included that dealing with appeals from all Balearic Islands and Sardinia; later only Majorca's were heard there while Minorcan cases were referred to Barcelona's court.