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I removed the following as it appears to be original research, and because the meaning is so obscure that I cannot even attempt a copy edit
- ===Written record=== *Transcript of inscription on the (right) central icon of Jesus Christ with the apostles in the church of Sv. Mrs-Virgin. on Njeguši, 76.5 x 113 cm, the work of Maxim Tujkovic from 1720th ,was located on the iconostasis of the church, which tat in a free reads this icon gave to paint children Stanisa Popov: Vukosav, pop Vuko, Jovo and Mark, for the soul of the late Stano father and mother ... God Stop them simple (God bless them) . "
- Here, therefore, is about the children pop Stanisa Stano Radonjic, of which pop Vuko father later Montenegrin guvernadur Stanislav or apartment that is mentioned in the inscription painter Rafailo Dimitrijevic from 1756th in the same church and the same iconostasis. Pop Stanisa Popov posted son Vuceta of Radonja, pop and brother Nicholas - “Yellow”(on orig.Montenegrin Zutko,nickname because of his yellow beard) , and Rade. It is from these three brothers - Stanisa pop, pop Yellow-Nicholas, Rade, Radonjic consists of Stanisic-Guvernadurovic, Zutkovic and Radovic.
- Otherwise this, artistic extremely valuable iconostasis St.Virgin (orig.Montenegrin Sv.Gospodja) the Njegusi (Rajicevic) which was then a cathedral of Njegus mid-eighties of last century was superseded - inartistic performed Serbian church in Montenegro. The fate of the old iconostasis, nothing is known, even in the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments, although the Church of St Mrs-Virgin "proprietary." Is it a coincidence that is perhaps the last trace of the material guvernadurs Radonjic (excluding the archives saved correspondence, not all) destroyed?