John the Evangelist in a page of the manuscript
Vukan Gospels is a 13th-century Serbian illuminated manuscript (Gospel Book) in Old Serbian (Rascian). It is one of the oldest preserved medieval books written in the Serbian language, with more than 189 pages.
It is written in the Rascian form of Old Serbian. It was produced in Ras, the capital of the Medieval Serbian Principality, by monk Symeon for Prince Vukan, the son of King Stefan Nemanja. It is the oldest aprakos in Rascian version.
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