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.
In form this targe seems to be a burlesque parody of the figure of a Mycenaean shield.
The adarga was a kind of targe used by the light cavalry, and had its origin in Africa.
It has always belonged to the Mackhais ever since they conquered the Mackalps, and took it with claymore and targe.
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.