Artillery has been a primary weapon of war since before the Napoleonic Era. Several countries have developed and built artillery systems, while artillery itself has been continually improved and redesigned to meet the evolving needs of the battlefield. This has led to a multitude of different types and designs which have played a role in the history of warfare and continue to be a significant factor in modern combat.
For the most part, the following lists of artillery cover guns, howitzers, mortars, and other large projectile weapons. Small arms and missiles are not generally included, though rockets and other bombardment weapons may be. For a more complete listing of various weapons, see list of weapons.
By name[edit | edit source]
By type[edit | edit source]
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Field artillery[edit | edit source]
Specialized guns[edit | edit source]
Mortars[edit | edit source]
Rockets[edit | edit source]
Transport-built-in artillery[edit | edit source]
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By country[edit | edit source]
- See full list of artillery by country or jump to a specific country in the table below:
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