Paolo (ˈpaolo), real name Pietro Soave Polano . 1552–1623, Italian scholar, theologian, and patriot, who championed the Venetian republic in its dispute with Pope Paul V, arguing against papal absolutism and for the separation of church and state
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Sarpi adopted the name of Paul, and is better known by his title Fra Paolo.Books Fatal to Their Authors | P. H. Ditchfield
Happily for young Sarpi, she had a brother, master of a celebrated school, under whose direction he was placed by her.The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 6 | Samuel Johnson
Paolo Sarpi, the priest and born diplomat, was the hero of Venice during this quarrel with Rome.Old Continental Towns | Walter M. Gallichan
Sarpi was a man of unassailable virtue and integrity, a tactful leader of men, and possessed of intrepidity.Old Continental Towns | Walter M. Gallichan