Roman Artifacts are a type of Collectible in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (ACV). This guide shows where to find all Roman Artifact Locations in AC Valhalla (52 total). They are needed for the Completionist All the Way trophy or achievement (100% Completion).
Roman Artifacts (also called Roman collector challenges) count as Artifact Collectibles. On the world map they are marked by this icon: . You can still access all regions after the story to find them.
Roman Artifacts require you to find a hidden collectible. These are usually a bit harder to reach than other artifact types and can require solving puzzles in the environment. The Artifacts are relevant for the Museum at your settlement. First you will need to build the Museum after leveling up your settlement enough. Talk to the Museum Keeper, called Octavian. He will give you a quest. Do it and then find and bring back all Roman Artifacts to him. Finding all Roman Artifacts unlocks the Archaeologist trophy or achievement (complete all Roman collector challenges). They are also needed for 100% completion in all regions.
For a region by region guide of all Artifacts refer to this guide: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla All Artifacts Locations
Roman Artifact #1
Head to two towers in the East of this location. Scale both of them along the left tower, using the scaffolding and ladders (you can also climb up the core rock structure in some places but it isn’t always clear where you can jump to). At the top, on the other pillar, you can find the Roman Artifact.
Roman Artifact #2
This Roman Artifact is just South-East of the town of Ledecestre, along the Eastern border of the region. In the ruins at the waypoint location, you will find a statue with a hole in the floor in front of it. Swing your sword to break the wooden cover and drop down. Follow the crypt, until you reach a statue. That statue will have the artifact in its hands.
Roman Artifact #3
The next artifact in this region can be found North of Ledecestre Town. As you head into the ruins, look to your right to find a ladder leading up to a platform. Climb up it and pick up a vase. Aim the vase and throw it just slightly past the far corner of the rubble down below to destroy it. In the wreckage, you can find the Artifact.
Roman Artifact #4
The next Roman Artifact can be found along the Eastern border of the region, south of Tonnastadir. At the top a corner of the ruined building you will see a platform. Climb up to that platform and then destroy the vase in the corner to find the artifact behind it.
Roman Artifact #5
The final Roman Artifact and the final artifact of this region can be found in the North-West corner of the region, South-West of Repton. Climb up the ladder along the left side of this partly destroyed building to the first platform. Jump to the platform next to you, the one with the statue and move the kart of wood and rocks. Behind that cart, and sitting in front of the statue, you will find the final artifact.
Roman Artifact #6
The first Roman Artifact in this region can be found in the North-East of the region, just South of the synchronisation point at Wycham. In the ruins, you will find a small pit which has been carved out. Inside are three snakes and a boulder you can move. Move the boulder, to find the Roman Artifact beneath it.
Roman Artifact #7
The second Roman Artifact is in the south of the region, just East of Meldeburne. The large building here can be entered from the back. Right as you enter through the door in the images below, you will see a statue on your left. Climb up to its hand to pick up the Roman Artifact.
Roman Artifact #8
This Roman Artifact can be found in the very South-West corner of the region. Upon arriving in the square of buildings, you will see that the artifact is in the building at the back. However, first you will need to look at the right buildings and pick up an explosive vase. Make your way around the outer wall of this building with the artifact in, by running to the right. Once, behind the building, push your stick forward to automatically climb up onto the barrels, then the sandbags, and then the wall, whilst still carrying the vase.
Walk along the wall and once you get close to the pile of wooden planks, push your left stick towards it to hop down to them. Make sure you don’t press the jump button. Once down on the ground with your vase, throw it at the door to blow the barrier and collect the Roman Artifact, which is sitting on the right.
Roman Artifact #9
For this Artifact, you need to find the pool shown in the screenshot below and dive down. Head through the linear passage until you reach a fork, and go right and swim through. You’ll arrive at a breakable wall, so melee it and claim the Artifact from the statue. Try to be quick as you have to swim back the way you came and don’t get a chance to refill your breath meter.
Roman Artifact #10
Kill the men in the area then grab an oil jar from just outside the circle of pillars. Use it to blow up the explodable floor, then drop through. Head into another room and you’ll see a gated window, through which you can fire an arrow to destroy another oil jar which will blow up the explodable wall out in the corridor. Head through and grab the Artifact hanging on the statue.
Roman Artifact #11
Climb onto the roof of the church and drop down into a room. The Artifact is hanging on the wall.
Roman Artifact #12
This artifact is in a cave below Evinghou Tower. Drop down to the cliff below the tower, using the statue as a landmark.
Face east, and you’ll see a doorway with a movable barrier, however it is blocked by an obstacle on the other side. Instead, go to the right of the door, and climb the small cliff above the wagon. Look left and you’ll see a crack in the wall that you can squeeze through.
In the cavern, you’ll see a grating that you’ll be able to shoot through to destroy the obstacles blocking the movable barrier. Destroy the three pots, then go back to the barrier, and push it into the room.
Look to your left and you will see the artifact on a small altar here.
Roman Artifact #13
This artifact is in a room at the base of these unnamed ruins. There is a locked door on the north side of the ruins, with a key hidden in one corner of the courtyard. Use Odin’s Sight to locate its position.
You will have to pick up a stone and move it aside to be able to grab the key.
Go back to the locked door and open it to find the artifact straight ahead of you on a table.
Roman Artifact #14
The artifact is hidden in a passage below these ruins. In order to access them, you will have to destroy the rubble blocking this hole. Luckily there’s a cache of fire pots on top of the platform directly across the street from the blockage.
Climb to the top of the platform, pick up a pot, and carefully walk back across the rope to reach the top of a pillar. You won’t be able to throw the pot far enough to reach the blockage, so turn left and jump across to the pillar next to you.
From this vantage point, you should be able to hit the right spot, just make sure that you aim a little high before throwing it. As long as you are close, the explosion should clear the rubble. If not, Head back for another fire pot and try again.
Once the way is clear, drop through the hole, step through a doorway and the artifact will be on a nearby table.
Roman Artifact #15
Just west of Saint Albanes Abbey is a small ruin with a breakable floor tile. To get a fire pot, you’ll have to go all the way back to Saint Albanes Abbey and hope that you can make it back without being attacked.
Destroy the tile with the fire pot and drop down, and the artifact will be straight ahead of you on an altar.
Roman Artifact #16
Follow the waypoint to locate a barred door. Just to the south of that structure, you’ll see a series of grates in the ground leading to a second structure.
On top of that structure is an open hole that you can drop down into. You’ll find a movable barrier but you will have to smash the three post next to it before you can slide it to the left.
Go through the door behind the barrier and drop down to a tunnel that runs under the grates you saw from above. Run to the end, and smash the wooden wall at the end. Climb up, and you’ll be in a small room with a ladder, which you should also climb.
At the top will be an altar with the roman artifact on it. Grab it then smash the lock on the nearby door to get outside.
Roman Artifact #17
Find this mask in the Uriconian Ruins on an upper platform.
Roman Artifact #18
Roman Artifact #19
Shoot down the suspended cargo to smash through the broken floor section and reveal the mask.
Roman Artifact #20
Find this artifact in a crate at the bottom of Dudmastun Lake. Smash the crate to retrieve the mask.
Roman Artifact #21
This artifact is in the Lolingestone Bandit Camp. The door to this room is barred, so you will have to drop through a hole in the roof.
Roman Artifact #22
This Roman artifact is on the top of a column in a ruin. You will have to move some stones to uncover it before collecting it.
Roman Artifact #23
This Roman artifact is very near the location of Wealth #23 under Dorobernia Theater in Cantebury.
Roman Artifact #24
This artifact is in a room with a barred door in Dover Pharos. Shoot the lock through the broken window on the other side of the building, then go inside to get the artifact.
Roman Artifact #25
Use an Incendiary Arrow on the rubble to reveal the Roman Artifact (use Ability #27: Incendiary Powder Trap).
Roman Artifact #26
Destroy the barricade on the well to access it and find this Roman Artifact.
Roman Artifact #27
At the location, move the two platforms standing by the wall between the two set of stairs. Then, bring an oil jar upstairs with you and place onto the rubble. Shoot the oil jar to blow the rubble up and access this Roman Artifact. Alternatively, if you possess the Ability, you can use an Incendiary Arrow on the pit (use Ability #27: Incendiary Powder Trap).
Roman Artifact #28
This Roman Artifact is under ground and to access it you need to find a wall crevice. The location to the crevice is below.
Roman Artifact #29
Squeeze through the wall crevice in the picture below to enter a secret area. From here, shoot the wooden barricade, climb, and destroy the pot to reveal this Roman Artifact.
Roman Artifact #30
Simply enter the opening that leads underground.
Roman Artifact #31
Near this Artifact’s location are some Roman ruins. This Roman Artifact is sitting on a nest, on one of the branches of the tree shown below. You can climb the tree from its base.
Roman Artifact #32
Climb the roof of the house.
Roman Artifact #33
Under some hay.
Roman Artifact #34
On the upper level of the ruins, shoot an Incendiary Arrow at the rubble to reveal an opening on the ground that leads you to this Roman Artifact (use Ability #27: Incendiary Powder Trap).
Roman Artifact #35
Climb the ruins and move the platform to reveal this Roman artifact.
Roman Artifact #36
From the location where you picked up Artifact #8, drop down into the haystack, then ride the zipline, and drop down midway to find this Roman artefact on a pillar.
Roman Artifact #37
Blow up the rubble inside the temple. Dive down into the water to find this Roman artifact.
Roman Artifact #38
At the border with Hamtunscire. Shoot the load down and then climb up to the zipline. Ride it and drop down halfway through to land on the pillar with the Artifact.
Roman Artifact #39
East of the collectible’s marker, under the fortress, is a wall crevice you can slide under. Slide under to find this collectible, but be wary of the snake.
Roman Artifact #40
At the location, destroy the wooden barricade in the middle. Head downstairs, equip a torch and throw it on the floor. This will cause the wall to destroy. Enter the area to collect this Roman artifact.
Roman Artifact #41
Near the collectible’s marker is a bridge. On one of its sides are some scaffolding and ladders. Climb down and grab an oil jar. Now parkour onto the nearby wooden ledges and throw the oil jar at the wall to blow it up. Now enter the room to find this Roman artifact.
Roman Artifact #42
Climb the column.
Roman Artifact #43
This Roman Artifact can be found in the North of the Region. Head to the raised part of the ruins and look for a gap in the wall. Head on through and destroy the wooden board to find the artifact underneath.
Roman Artifact #44
This Roman Artifact can be found in the South-West corner of the region at the Temple of Ceres Bureau. Just south of that temple is a small set of ruins. Pick up the boulders and move them from the pile to uncover the Roman Artifact.
Roman Artifact #45
This Roman Artifact can be found on the central pillars in enemy territory within the town. Hop onto the houses nearby and use the wires to get to the pillars and climb up to the top. Make your way along the pillars anti-clockwise and climb to the final platform to find the artifact.
Roman Artifact #46
This Roman Artifact can be found just outside of Glowecestre, next to St. Kenhelm’s Falls. It is sitting, just outside of the ruins, by a tree.
Roman Artifact #47
The final artifact here is just North-East of Glowecestre. Just outside of the main square at the waypoint you will see a hole in the ground, which is blocked. Head to the Northern part of the square and pick up one of the exploding vases. Carry it to the blocked hole and throw it at the rubble to clear the way. You will now be able to pick up the artefact.
Roman Artifact #48
This Roman Artifact can be found in the center of the region, just North-West of Ulkerthorpe Fort. Once at the location, you will see a large building. Look to the right of the stairs for a ledge to drop down onto. Lift up the rock to find the Roman Artifact underneath.
Roman Artifact #49
At this location, which is in the South-West corner of the region, you will find a large pool of water in the middle of a ruined building. Hop into the water and swim all the way down, destroying the door blockade, to find the artifact.
Roman Artifact #50
Climb up the stairs and the wall at the end of the balcony. Shoot the hook holding the net of rubble and jump down through the hole in the floor to find the Artifact. Watch out for the snakes!
Roman Artifact #51
This Roman Artifact can be found in the South-West of the region, North-East of the Wishtman’s Wood. You will need Ability #27: Incendiary Powder Trap which can be found in the Walden Monastery in Grantebridgescire. In this area, you will see a well in the center of the ruins. Swing your weapon to destroy the cover and jump down. Use the Incendiary Powder Trap Ranged Ability and shoot the arrow at the blockade to find the Roman Artifact behind.
Roman Artifact #52
This Artifact can be found in the South-West corner of the region, North-West of Werham. The Roman Artifact can be found sitting inside the ruins, on the log at the back, behind the fire.
That’s all 52 of the Roman Artifacts in AC Valhalla.
For all other Collectible Types check out the complete Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Collectibles Guide.