It can take a lot of searching around to find the 20 glyph locations scattered throughout Rennaissance Italy. Check out the second of our guides to pinpoint the exact locations of Glyphs. This time we take a look at Tuscany and Rogmana.
Just look upwards and slightly to the left when you reach the door of your uncle’s house. You’ll find the Glyph on the face of the house.
Santa Mario Assunta
During the quest where you help your uncle despatch the army of guards sneak through the archway on the left. You’ll see the Glyph on the wall at the back.
Torri Del Salvucci
Tricky one to spot, but if you climb up the front of the building and get in between the two towers you’ll see the Glyph nestled in its hiding place.
Torre Del Diavolo
Climb to the very top of the lookout and head to the back. You’ll see the Glyph next to the window.
Monte Oliveto Maggiore
Look for the thieves on the East side of the building. You can’t miss the Glyph.
Antico Teatro Romano
Search for the steps that lead up under the stone arch. The Glyph can be found on the wall.
Abbazia Di San Mercuriale
Just behind where the thieves are standing you need to climb the North East wall of the building. You’ll see the Glyph above the pillars.
Tough one to find, but if you head for the roof and the lookout tower and then go aup the stairs you’ll spot it if you look up and to your right.
Don’t forget to check out our Glyph guide to Florence.
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