The Greek Palintonon weapon. The catapult is a device that hurls heavy objects or arrows over a large distance. It was invented in ancient Greece in 399 BC by Dionysius the Elder of Syracuse (at the same time we have the Gastraphetes). Probably earlier the Assyrians used missile devices (700 BC ?) and this idea has been passed to the Persians, the Phoenicians and later to the Greeks but the Greeks developed the first effective versions. The Romans later added wheels to the catapult to make.....

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