Looking at the history of innovation, it is most likely gunpowder was invented in China about the year 1,000 AD, before finding its way into Europe. However, a similar concoction of sulphur, charcoal, and saltpeter (or another oxygen generator) may have been known to the Greeks and Romans.
by the 1300's a primative cannon had been made
the romans did have fire water a napalm like fluid
as much as i hate to say it guns may be possible although very very crude and low damage, bombs on the other hand may not be out of the question, we do have explodion potions now
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