Happily for young sarpi, she had a brother, master of a celebrated school, under whose direction he was placed by her.
Rusticus will find the information he seeks in a Biographical Dictionary under the name sarpi.
So it was that while the troops were resting at sarpi, the fate of the Gallipoli adventure was being decided elsewhere.
Lemnos was once again lost to view and the pleasant sojourn at sarpi became only a memory.
sarpi wrote also a history of the Council of Trent, published in London, 1619.
The route the Battalion now followed led around a shallow inlet of the sea to a camp near the little village of sarpi.
The 52nd Division was allotted a camping ground on the south side of the bay, the camp being known as sarpi camp.
Pallavicini, while pretending to refute sarpi, confirms, and even heightens his testimony.
sarpi was a man of unassailable virtue and integrity, a tactful leader of men, and possessed of intrepidity.
It was understood that the halt at sarpi would be only temporary.