Clean all the ground connections, battery cable to frame , frame to block, you may even need to drop the starter and make sure it hasn't developed rust between the starter and block.
I wouldn't rule out the need for a replacement starter, internal rust may have developed in that amount of time . But you could try jumping from another vehicle, to see if you get an in crease in cranking speed.
NOTE: Never crank for more that 30 seconds at a time and give the starter/ battery 3>5 mins to cool before cranking again.
EDIT: On a re-read of your post, I see " Recharged battery and couldn't turn it over. "
Time to remove the starter for bench testing. Possible replacement.