When one's eye lighted on a chest or settle, one could smell the stale incense in a Sienese or pisan sacristy.
How are we to manage the war with those obstinate pisan rebels?
The month of January added a new and most important member to the little pisan circle.
But of this second siege it is only a pisan commentator that speaks.
It is mentioned in a pisan ordinance of 1318, and in Venetian public documents of the early years of the 15th century.
They went across to the baptistery to see the pulpit of Nicolo the pisan.
A pisan antiquarian gave me an ancient tear-jug which he averred was full four thousand years old.
I reproduce the punctuation of the pisan edition, with a colon after 'his own,' and a semicolon after 'sorrow.'
Punctually as autumn came round he had these fevers, the legacy of a year once spent in the pisan marshes.
We must not yet assume the pisan master to have allowed himself in any such.
Italian city, from Etruscan, of uncertain meaning. Related: Pisan.