He spake, and hurled at Neoptolemus with nerveless arm a spear that scarce had force to pierce the outmost fold of the targe.
If any leaped forth, it was upon a viking spear, or if the face of any was seen it was the targe for a swift-sure arrow.
He was in a blue cape, and had a targe, and his axe aloft on his shoulder.
It has always belonged to the Mackhais ever since they conquered the Mackalps, and took it with claymore and targe.
The adarga was a kind of targe used by the light cavalry, and had its origin in Africa.
In form this targe seems to be a burlesque parody of the figure of a Mycenaean shield.
The boss of a Japanese targe could not have balked it more cleverly.
And he sent his targe in the air in a bravado, catching it by the prong in its navel, smart and clean, when it whirled back.
The other, where there is a second, stands a little in the rear, and guards the archer's head with a round shield or targe.
Tacitus relates how the Highlanders at that period made sacrifices before going to battle, and fought with broadsword and targe.