Sarpi



noun
1.
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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