Glowecestrescire contains 11 Artifact Locations in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (ACV). This walkthrough will guide you to all Artifacts in Glowecestrescire Territory and how to get them. None of the Artifacts are missable, you can still find everything in free-roam after the story. It’s recommended to collect everything as you go through the regions to level up.
Artifact Collectibles get marked by white icons on the world map automatically when synchronizing the viewpoints. They include the following types of collectibles: Rigsogur Fragments, Treasure Hoard Maps, Flying Papers, Roman Artifacts, Cursed Symbols. Finding all Artifacts is needed to 100% complete all Territories for the Completionist All the Way! trophy or achievement.
Artifact #1: Cursed Symbol
The first artifact can be found in the North-East corner of the region. On the hill, next to the house with the symbol, you can find two keys, pick both of them up, although, you only need the by the camp. Now, head inside the house and destroy the symbol.
Artifact #2: Treasure Hoard Map (Glowecestrescire)
This artifact can be found in the center of the region at the Sabrinas Spring. The map is sitting in the bowl the statue is holding.
Artifact #3: Roman Artifact
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.
Artifact #4: Cursed Symbol
This Cursed Symbol can be found in the West of the region. At this location, you will see a cave embedded into a hillside. Turn around and shoot the symbol above the entrance to cleanse the area.
Artifact #5: Roman Artifact
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.
Artifact #6: Flying Paper – Tattoo Design: Valhalla Blessing Scheme (Back)
This artifact can be found in the town of Glowecestre. Head to the location to find the Flying Paper on the wires connecting the poles to the buildings. Climb up the pole and onto the wire to set the Flying Paper on its path. Follow the paper on its course, across the objects and through the camp. If you are able to catch up to it, grab it, or pick it up once it reaches the end of its path (if you take too long though, it will reset).
Artifact #7: Flying Paper – Tattoo Design: Skraelingi Emblem Scheme (Back)
This Flying Paper can be found on the Eastern edge of Glowecestre. Hop up on the central pillar of the bridge to see the Flying Paper hanging above the water. Jump to it and follow the paper on its course, across the objects and through the camp. If you are able to catch up to it, grab it, or pick it up once it reaches the end of its path (if you take too long though, it will reset).
Artifact #8: Roman Artifact
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.
Artifact #9: Roman Artifact
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.
Artifact #10: Cursed Symbol
This artifact can be found in the East of the region, just outside of Glowecestre. Look up, in-between the branches of the central tree to find the Cursed Symbol.
Artifact #11: Roman Artifact
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.
That’s 100% of the Artifacts you can find in Glowecestrescire Region of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (ACV).
For all other Artifacts check out the complete Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Artifacts Guide. For the other Collectibles in this region check out the Wealth Guide and Mysteries Guide.
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